Whether you’re just getting started with your Internet radio station, or if you’ve been broadcasting online for years, your membership in the NAdB pays dividends on a daily basis!
We provide guidance on getting started with your station, help develop best practices, assist you in promoting your station, and let you know about new products that make your work easier.
How do you join the NAdB?
It’s simple — click here to apply for your station’s callsign. Once you’re assigned a unique identifier, we’ll follow up with you to set up your member page, which will include your logo, a link to your station’s website and other information that will help listeners find you.
As a member, you can contact us at any time for advice and direction on getting your station built and online, as well as pointing you in the proper direction for professional-grade resources — including equipment, hosting providers and software — that will make your station stand out from others.[btnsx id=”184″]
What does it cost to be an NAdB member station?
Two-year membership for your radio station is only $28 — that’s less than $1.20 per month!
Can any Internet station join the NAdB?
Yes! If your format is Talk, Oldies, Country, Gospel, Metal or anything in between, you’re invited to join the NAdB. Our membership includes stations operated by one person out of a small home office, and large stations with dozens of employees.
Why do I need a callsign?
A unique callsign is the best way for your listeners to find you. For example, you may call your station “Florida’s Sunniest Smooth Jazz,” but having listeners simply enter “WSSJ” into their Internet-connected radio is much more convenient than forcing them to key in your entire positioning phrase.
You don’t host your own station?
I’m a product supplier. Can I join the NAdB?
Absolutely! As an associate member of the NAdB, we help you get your products in front of our member stations — whether it’s automation software, programming, stream hosting, mixing consoles or any other product that might be of interest. Click here to learn more.