NAB Makes Top 10 of Q1 Lobbying Spending

Chamber of Commerce leads list
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This article originally appeared in Broadcasting & Cable.

The National Association of Broadcasters spent $4,720,000 on lobbying Congress, the FCC and other federal agencies in the first quarter of 2015.

That is according to a just-released analysis of lobbying disclosure forms for the period of Jan. 1 through March 31, 2015 by MapLight.

Google was the only other communications/tech lobby on the list, coming in at number five at $5,470,000.

The top spender was the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at $13,800,000.