The BLT is a 10-month Executive MBA-style program that exposes rising broadcast executives to the fundamentals of successful radio and TV station ownership and operation. Created by the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF), the BLT is taught by a volunteer faculty of well-regarded industry professionals, so FHH is proud to be represented among so many well-regarded industry names.

The BLT class of 2018 sporting their very own pair of CommLawBlog glasses.

Another class of the brightest and best in the broadcast industry are working their way through the Broadcast Leadership Training (BLT) Program, and FHH attorneys Kathleen Victory, Frank Montero, and Dan Kirkpatrick, once again helped to educate these broadcasting industry leaders of tomorrow.

In two separate classes Kathleen, Frank, and Dan walked their students through the legal and contractual steps involved in purchasing a broadcast station. As has become an annual tradition, at the end of Frank and Dan’s presentation, the BLT students posed for a class photo to show off their stylish CommLawBlog shades (Don’t you wish you had a pair?).

The BLT program, which accepts applications for new students every May, is highly competitive and provides “a blueprint for talented businesspeople to become a greater part of the industry and increase the diversity of voices available to the public.”

For more information, review the BLT website and to apply for next year’s program, click here; applications are due by May 31. If you’re selected for next year’s class…who knows?… you too could be sporting a pair of CommLawBlog sunglasses for yourself…