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“…in the public interest”

Those words, added to the Communications Act by Washington’s own United States Senator C. C. Dill, form the common commitment of community service among Washington’s free, over-the-air broadcasters, whether they are radio or television stations, large or small, commercial or public, serving communities in Eastern or Western Washington.  Washington’s broadcasters play a vital and active role in the lives of every Washington community, every day. Washington Broadcasters are dedicated to enhancing the access of candidates for election to the voters. Broadcasters believe that an informed electorate makes better choices and that broadcasters play a vital role in providing voters with crucial decision-making information. And we are proud of the good work we do for our neighbors.

1998, broadcasters bringing community service home

2000, broadcasters bringing community service home

2001, broadcasters bringing voters & candidates together

2002, broadcasters bringing community service home

2003, broadcasters bringing voters & candidates together

2004, broadcasters bringing community service home

2005, broadcasters bringing voters & candidates together

2006, broadcasters bringing community service home

2007, broadcasters bringing community service home

2008, broadcasters bringing community service home

Public Education Partnership (PEP) Program

PEP stands for PUBLIC EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP, sending your message from your organization to the public, statewide, in partnership with the Washington State Association of Broadcasters. more...


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