Broadcast Alumni Committee

We’re BAC!

Welcome to the Broadcast Alumni Committee

Bringing broadcast veterans together!

Connecting with old friends!

Making new friends!

Going to lunch or events and having fun!

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Former television and radio broadcasters are reconnecting with old friends through the BAC (Broadcast Alumni Committee)!

What We
Do For You?

This broadcast committee hosts:

  • Luncheons
  • Events
  • Programs
  • Networking

Upcoming Event

BAC Members & Guests are Welcome!

BAC Together Again Luncheon

Tuesday, March 12, 2024
Flowing Tide Pub 9, 9860 S. Las Vegas Blvd (across from South Point)
11:30 AM
RSVP by March 4, 2024
$30 Lunch, Pay at the Door


    Former radio and television employees are reconnecting, and you can too! Whether you want to hit the golf course, grab a bite to eat, or have a good time, broadcasters and their friends are joining the fun.

    Don’t miss out on any of our upcoming events! Sign up to become a member online or email us at  bac@nevadabroadcasters.org. Please note that RSVPs are required for all events, and the attendees themselves will cover expenses.

    About Us

    The Broadcast Alumni Committee is a non-profit subcommittee of the Nevada Broadcasters Foundation. We hold informal luncheons and get togethers. We meet at reasonably priced places and buy our own meals and beverages. Places and times are pre-announced so you can make plans to attend and RSVP.

    As a member of BAC, you can share your contact information in the phonebook portal, allowing other members to see your phone number and email so that they can connect with you. If you prefer, your information will be kept confidential.

    We value our members’ input and suggestions about future events and programs. Initially, you can look forward to things like luncheons, receptions, ice cream socials, golf outings, museum outings, bowling, tours of area attractions, and expos.

    We are committed to supporting and raising money for the Nevada Broadcasters Foundation. The Foundation awards tuition scholarships to talented and dedicated students attending Nevada colleges and universities to further their education in broadcasting and digital media. To date, the Foundation has awarded 263 scholarships!

    Your membership dues are considered tax-deductible donations to the Nevada Broadcasters Foundation, which is authorized as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN 27-3558079). Your generous contributions help to offset the operational costs of the Nevada Broadcasters Foundation, which includes maintaining and hosting the website, providing email services, operating an active membership roster, and covering banking and office services. The annual membership fee is only $36; additional donations are always welcome. If you are experiencing financial hardship and cannot afford to pay your dues, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can discuss ways to assist you.

    There Are 2 Fantastic Ways to Join

    If you are a retired or former broadcaster, please click on the “Alumni Member” box below, fill out the registration form, and follow along to make an annual $36 tax-deductible donation.

    On the other hand, if you are currently employed in broadcasting or affiliated with advertising in some other way, please click the “Associate Member” box below, fill out the registration form, and follow along to make an annual $36 tax-deductible donation.

      Applicant Information
      Mailing Address

      By completing and submitting this form, you acknowledge and consent to sharing your information with other BAC members. If you do not wish to proceed with this sharing, please click Opt-Out.


      A minimum annual $36 donation is requested to join the BAC.

      History

      The inception of BAC is a tale of serendipity and friendship. Beginning with Jaye Albright’s occasional luncheons with her friend Charli Carter and long-time colleague Bob Fisher, the retired President of the Nevada Broadcasters Association. Soon after, the group expanded to include the likes of Mike Ginsburg, Darwin Paustian, Judy Owen, Doug Shane, Tony Bonnici, and Linda Bonnici. These retired Las Vegas broadcasters shared memories, laughter, and camaraderie, turning ordinary moments into extraordinary ones.

      The BAC operates under the auspices and bylaws of the Nevada Broadcasters Foundation. Therefore, it directly reports to the Foundation’s Executive Director, Eric Bonnici. The committee is governed by nine original Council members with three elected officers responsible for daily operations.

      Executive Director

      Eric Bonnici

      Officers

      Committee Members

      The Nevada Broadcasters Foundation is a 501(c) (3)  EIN: 27-3558079.
      A copy of our 990 is available upon request: 8985 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 205, Las Vegas, NV  89123 or (702) 794-4994.