After receiving complaints from the press association, The Associated Press, The News & Observer of Raleigh, The Charlotte Observer and the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters, state attorney general Roy Cooper reminded state officials that public notice is required for official government meetings, including closed-door sessions.
What does NCAB stand for?
NCAB stands for North Carolina Association of Broadcasters
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We have 12 other meanings of NCAB in our Acronym Attic
- North Carolina Alternate Assessment Portfolio
- North Central Arkansas Amateur Radio Service
- NOAA CoastWatch Archive and Access System (US)
- National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
- North County African American Women's Association (Oceanside, CA)
- National Cancer Advisory Board (National Cancer Institute)
- National Centre against Bullying (Australia)
- National Cyclopedia of American Biography (19th Century forerunner of Dictionary of American Biography, DAB)
- NATO Civil Aviation Board
- Navy Contract Adjustment Board
- Nation's Capital Area Bowling Association
- North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis (Butner, NC)
- National Centre for Aquatic Biodiversity and Biosecurity (New Zealand)
- National Coalition against Bonded Labour (Pakistan)
- North Carolina APBA (American Professional Baseball Association) Baseball League
- North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers
- North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research
- North Carolina Association of Black Storytellers
- National Coalition for the Advancement of Baton Twirling
- National Cadet Advisory Council
Samples in periodicals archive:
While at WITN, Leipsner won several Addy Awards for his promotional work and took home first place for the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters Best Investigative News Story Award.
In 1997, Corley received Distinguished Service Awards from both the March of Dimes, presented at the organization's national meeting in Pittsburgh, and from the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters.