We Are Broadcasters
National Association of Broadcasters

Social Media Infographics

NAB is providing infographics optimized for Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram that stations can use to promote broadcasting.

To use the infographics displayed below, click the button below to download a file containing all of the graphics provided, extract them, and use them on your respective social media channels. Be sure to include the #WeAreBroadcasters hashtag in the caption.

To use an individual graphic, click on the graphic. When the larger version of the graphic opens in a new browser window, right click on it to save it to your desktop, so you can upload it to your social media channel.

Please email us at wearebroadcasters@nab.org with questions or feedback.

hybrid fm in smartphones provides a lifeline and interactivity listeners seek

Broadcasters bring the content you seek to every device in your life

More than 272 million listeners turn to local radio each week to get the music they want

40.6% of homes who rely on free TV using an antenna are minority households

$1.18 trillion economic activity generated annually by local radio and tv

More than 72 million Americans rely exclusively on free broadcast television

Local radio and TV stations are often the only available communications medium during disasters

17,254 total broadcast stations in the US

Broadcasters are reporting the facts and uncovering the truth

Broadcasters are at your fingertips anytime of the day, delivering the content you love most

2.42 million jobs created by the broadcast industry

More than $10 billion is generated by local broadcasters in community service each year

Social media platforma are Americans' least trusted sources of news

More than half of Americans agree the news media should act as a watchdog on government

The majority of Americans identified broadcasters as their most trusted news sources

94% of Americans consider the first amendment vital

Who Are Broadcasters Infographic