The New Jersey Broadcasters Association Announces The Appointment Of Association Management Incorporated To Pilot The Organization

 The Board of Directors has selected Association Management Incorporated (AMI) to manage, guide and lead the New Jersey Broadcasters Association (NJBA). 

“The NJBA has always been on the forefront of change and advocacy,” said Chairman of the Board of Directors John Mozes. “With the addition of AMI we will continue to lead our broadcasters on a local, state, and national level with greater prominence than ever before.” 

 Lisa Reynolds, President of AMI, and her team of consultants bring more than 15 years of experience in managing, developing and consulting for state and national trade associations, including state broadcasters’ associations like the NJBA. 

“We are excited to be guiding the NJBA through the next chapter in their storied history,” said President of AMI Lisa Reynolds. “We have partnered with veteran State Broadcasters’ Association leader Jordan Walton to serve as Executive Director and together, we look forward to evolving the association to better serve our members.” 

AMI will be responsible for advancing the NJBA’s highly successful Public Education Program (PEP) which provides state agencies, trade organizations, and other non-profits the opportunity to increase awareness and educate the public across our network of radio and television stations throughout the Garden State. 

AMI will continue the NJBA’s longstanding tradition of advocating on behalf of the association and renew our commitment to be a prominent voice in the broadcast industry to advance our association members agenda in both Trenton, NJ and Washington, D.C. with fair-minded and effective legislation and regulations.

“The NJBA and our members are about to enter a new era for our organization,” said Mozes, “and I’ve never been more excited about our association’s future as I am now.” 

AMI will galvanize our state association membership by providing stations the tools and resources necessary to thrive and succeed in the broadcast industry, including seminars, webinars, membership meetings, conferences and events. 

About The New Jersey Broadcasters Association The New Jersey Broadcasters Association is one of 52 trade organizations representing radio and television broadcasters across all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The NJBA helps to advance radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs, so New Jersey broadcasters can better serve the communities they broadcast to. Learn more at 

About Association Management, Inc.: 

Association Management Incorporated (AMI) is an association management company based in Raleigh, North Carolina, which specializes in managing media-based organizations across the United States, including four state broadcasters’ associations, and two network television affiliate organizations. With decades of combined experience in broadcasting and political work, AMI boasts a well-rounded team which excels at propelling their clients forward. 

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