The NAB is a non-profit organisation funded entirely by its members. We regularly engage with policy makers on behalf of our members in order to promote an industry grounded in the principles of democracy, diversity and freedom of expression.
Over eighty organisations belong to the NAB and hundreds of individuals working in broadcasting and associated industries involve themselves in our activities. The NAB therefore has access to a wealth of knowledge on broadcasting in South Africa and as such, is able to advise members on a variety of issues.
The NAB provides high quality information on latest developments in the industry concerning the Regulator, ICASA, Government and Parliament.
We also interact with our other stakeholders including advertisers, agencies, producers and performers in order to optimise South Africa’s cultural and communications industries to the benefit of all.