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BROADCASTERS FOUNDATION TO PROVIDE AID

The Broadcasters Foundation of America’s Executive Committee of the Board of Directors held an emergency meeting in response of broadcasters affected by the current pandemic.

The Committee has decided to revise the criteria for emergency grant qualifications to provide aid to broadcasters that have been infected by COVID-19.

“Never in our history as broadcasters have we experienced an event that has caused this much hardship. Thus, we have revised provisions to our emergency grant eligibility guidelines,” shared Foundation Chairman Dan Mason.

To be considered for an emergency grant, applicants must be or have been a direct employee of an over-the-air, radio and/or television broadcasting company, infected or have been infected with COVID-19, out of work or have lost wages due to the virus or be in acute financial need due to hardships from COVID-19.

For more information, broadcaster can email [email protected] or click here.

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