From meetings with the Ontario Government, private receptions with our Premier, an awards program to recognize broadcasters’ community contributions; enhancing broadcasters and broadcast educators relations though our Career Day program; and most recently a full day conference with speakers and time for networking; the OAB continues to adapt to the needs of our members.
We encourage input from our members to assist in the creation of worthwhile programs to further educate, promote and respond to the changing Broadcasting landscape.
|2012 Community Service Awards :: awards entry||online|
|2012 Broadcaster Order of Achievement (formerly Quarter and Half-Century Club)||online|
|2012 Hall of Fame (formerly OAB Lifetime Achievement Award)||n/a|