Renew Your VAB Membership

Thank you for being a member the Vermont Association of Broadcasters. Your dues are vitally important for us to accomplish our mission; to support, protect and advocate for television and radio stations operating in our state.

Our new fiscal year starts July 1st, which means it is time to renew your membership. We ask that you remit payment no later than September 30, 2019.


Dues may also be paid by mailing a check to:

4 Carmichael Street, 111-106
Essex Junction, VT 05452

Click to view the Annual Report of Member Benefits realized through the course of our last fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2019. This is the same report handed out during VAB’s annual meeting June 4, 2019 in Montpelier.

Below is a brief reminder of current membership benefits VAB provides:

  • Monitoring & Advocacy in Washington D.C. & Montpelier
  • Alternative Broadcast Inspection (ABIP) Subsidy
  • VAB Voice weekly e-newsletter
  • Workforce Recruitment & Internship Support
  • Job Openings on, Social Media & Handshake
  • FCC Regulatory, EAS and EEO Assistance
  • Centralized & Maintained School Closings Website
  • Commercial of the Year Awards Luncheon in June
  • VAB Hall of Fame Awards Banquet in December

Below is a list of ideas the VAB Board is working towards adding to your membership value proposition:

  • Career Advancement Training & Webinars for sales and programming throughout the year
  • Expansion of workforce recruitment & internship support efforts
  • Hotlines for questions about engineering and/or state or federal broadcast law
  • New ways to acknowledge exceptional Vermont broadcasters

Membership Dues (per license) for FY 7/1/19-6/30-20:

  • Associate: $75
  • AM Radio: $75
  • FM Radio (6,000 Watts or under): $100
  • FM Radio (over 6,000 Watts) : $200
  • TV: $250

90% of VAB’s funding comes from the NCSA messages you air, so thank you for participating! However, NCSA funds cannot be used to pay for Political Action, so this nominal increase in membership dues, which have not been raised in years, is to ensure your best interests are advocated for when State and Federal Government proposes legislation that affects our industry.

If you have any questions, contact Wendy Mays at (802) 233-0296 or