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AmWINS Program Underwriters is pleased to announce that the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has endorsed the company’s insurance program for radio and television broadcasters, Broadcasters BusinessPro.
"We're excited about the endorsement and the opportunity to offer broadcasters a better coverage solution," said Laurie McKenzie, Associate Director of AmWINS Program Underwriters. "Underwriting for this program is led by a team with more than thirty years of media industry experience – We pride ourselves on understanding the specific needs of the industry."
Broadcasters BusinessPro, backed by A.M. Best "A" rated carriers, provides an array of tailored insurance coverages for radio and television stations and has the capacity to handle large and small risks, including high-value towers. The following coverages are available: Property/ Inland Marine (including Building/Contents, Towers/Antennas, Business Interruption, Broadcast Media Software, and Mobile Broadcasting Equipment), General Liability (including Special Events Capabilities), Crime, Automobile, and Umbrella.
"With Broadcasters BusinessPro, our members are served with an insurance program that addresses the unique needs of radio and television broadcasters," said NAB Executive Vice President Dennis Wharton. "NAB is dedicated to providing our members with valuable membership benefits, and today's announcement underscores that commitment."
Broadcasters BusinessPro is available to all licensed insurance agents and brokers nationwide. More information about the program, including brochures, applications, and submission requirements, is available at nab.amwins.com.
About AmWINS Program Underwriters
AmWINS Program Underwriters (AmPro) is a Managing General Agency specializing in affinity and program management. For over a quarter century, AmPro has built a reputation of developing and maintaining programs for a variety of niche markets that provide broad-based insurance solutions. Today, AmPro administers more than 20 programs generating in excess of $110 million in premium. For more information, visit www.amwins.com/apu.
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.