Career Day has continued to grow every year assisting students with the how to’s of finding their way in Broadcasting. The OAB members continually support this worthwhile event by donating time and resources. Career Day has become a integral part of many broadcast programs across Ontario.
Broadcast students must register through their respective program coordinators to attend.
The Ontario Association of Broadcasters’ CONNECTION 2016 was held on Thursday, November 10th at the Marriott Toronto Airport Hotel.
This annual conference continues to pack sales training, great speakers and industry experts all into a one-day conference, providing great value for your time out of the office.
The Ontario Association of Broadcasters was established in 1950, originally as the Central Canada Broadcasters Association, to serve the common interests of privately owned radio and television station operators in the province. Membership is open to Radio and Television stations licensed in Ontario. Post-secondary schools, businesses and organizations with an interest in the broadcast industry are eligible for associate membership.
Each year the Ontario Association of Broadcasters holds an Annual General Meeting. The OAB Financial Statements are reviewed and Committee Chairs will overview their respective committee’s year and future plans. This is also a time when nominees are presented by the...read more
The Ontario Association of Broadcasters is proud to announce a NEW award, recognizing great Station promotions! The OAB Promotions Award will be awarded to the station that best promotes itself! Promotions will be judged on originality, station benefit, goals...read more