The Chesapeake AP Broadcasters Association is an independent organization comprised of local radio and television members of The Associated Press from throughout Washington D.C., Delaware, and Maryland.
We strive to:
•Advance the profession of journalism
•Examine the news and other services of The Associated Press
•Evaluate how The Associated Press is providing its members with services of a nature and quality that best meets the needs of the member news organizations
The group honors important broadcast journalism through our annual awards contest. Four divisions compete in 22 categories. The divisions include Television I (Large Market), Television II (Small Market), Radio I (Metro) and Radio II (Non-Metro).
The CAPBA offers an annual $3000 scholarship to a student pursuing a degree in broadcast journalism. The student must attend a college or university in Maryland, Delaware or the District of Columbia, or be a resident of Maryland, Delaware or the District of Columbia
Maryland Public Television, Annapolis
We believe that the media can make an impact on the world. Take the first step: contact us, and together, we will help you get your message to the world.