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NABA Salutes Eddie Fritts

NABA cited Fritts’ role as a catalyst for the 1996 Telecommunications Act; his efforts to modernize and expand the NAB; passage of the 1992 Cable Act; passage of legislation that “rolled back an FCC low-power FM initiative;” elimination of the Fairness Doctrine, and passage of legislation allowing satellite companies to deliver local TV stations.

Eddie Fritts will be honored by the North American Broadcasters Association.

The organization is a nonprofit made up of organizations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada; it will salute the former president/CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters. He’ll receive the International Achievement Award on Feb. 26 during its event in Atlanta.

NABA cited Fritts’ role as a catalyst for the 1996 Telecommunications Act; his efforts to modernize and expand the NAB; passage of the 1992 Cable Act; passage of legislation that “rolled back an FCC low-power FM initiative;” elimination of the Fairness Doctrine, and passage of legislation allowing satellite companies to deliver local TV stations.

Fritts now runs The Fritts Group consulting organization.

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