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To recieve Text and/or Email to your CELL phone to alert you of a message of a pre-registered sign-up, click on the link below to register. You will be prompted to add your cell phone number and...
Rhode Island Broadcasters Association encourages you and your family to stay informed and healthy through this COVID-19 crisis. This page will offer you up-to-date information, State Agency...
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

If you have an outstanding intern at your station, encourage them to apply for a RIBA scholarship now available at the link below.  Each...
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RIBA Events

Our 2021 Golf Tournament will be held on August 2, 2021 at Wannamoisett Country Club.
Tee-time is scheduled for 1:15pm
Lunch will be served on the patio at 12Noon.
Registration will begin at 11:30am.
Station dues must be paid in full prior to event.
For more information on this event, email LNeedham@ribroadcasters.com
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Business & School Cancellation System

Businesses and Schools can now contact one organization to report closings, cancellations, and other announcements due to inclement weather OR emergency messaging. RIBA will forward the message immediately to our members stations.

If your business or organization is non-profit your fee will be waived. Contact us via email with your information at LNeedham@ribroadcasters.com or phone 401-255-8200.

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RI Silver Alert
A Silver Alert is a public notification system in the United States to broadcast information about missing persons – especially senior citizens with Alzheimer's disease, dementia or other mental disabilities – in order to aid in their return.
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The Rhode Island National Guard traces its history from the first colonial defensive force established in 1638. On May 13, 1638, the “Traine Band” was formed in Portsmouth, RI. This group of “freemen as a militia subject to call and expected to perform certain military duties in the protection of the people,” was the humble beginnings of the state’s military forces.

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