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Special Feature: Local Broadcasters Serve as a Trusted Source of Vaccine Information

Throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, local television and radio broadcasters have played a critical role in keeping their communities informed about the virus, hospitalization and infection rates and best practices, such as social distancing. With the vaccine rollout across the nation, this role is more important than ever as broadcasters work to educate viewers, answer their questions and target misinformation.

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Local Broadcasters Commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month With Programming, Community Events and Initiatives

Local Broadcasters Commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month With Programming, Community Events and Initiatives

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, local radio and television stations across the country highlighted initiatives, stories and local communities celebrating Hispanic culture and heritage.

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Voices from the Field

America's local radio and television stations and broadcast networks are on the front lines covering monumental stories that impact our local communities and nation. Broadcasters are a pillar of American democracy, a free and open press whose resolve to bring truth to light cannot be broken. Hear from these voices from the field on why they are passionate about being broadcasters and what drives them to always be there for their communities.

Ilia Calderon

Matt Mrozinski

Ilia Calderon, co-anchor of Univision Network's flagship evening newscast, Noticiero Univision, talks about her career as the first Afro-Latina anchoring an evening newscast for a major broadcast network in the U.S. while juggling a busy home life and serving America's Hispanic communities with trusted news and information.

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Additional Recent Voices from the Field:
Matt Mrozinski | Priya Sridhar | Adam Symson | Femi Redwood | More »


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Broadcasting By the Numbers


10,941

Full-Power Radio Stations

1,346

Full-Power TV Stations

2.47

Million Jobs Generated

$1.17

Trillion in Economic Activity