NAM’s ‘America’s Business’ Reaches 1st Anniversary

Public-affairs radio program has over 70 broadcast outlets and expands manufacturing’s profile across the country.

WASHINGTON – “America’s Business with Mike Hambrick” marks its first year of broadcasting this week, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) said Friday.
NAM sponsors the public-affairs radio program, which has over 70 broadcast outlets and has been expanding manufacturing’s profile across the U.S.
“The success of ‘America’s Business’ demonstrates that the public recognizes how important manufacturing is to the U.S. economy, and they want to learn about the issues affecting the industry,” said Hambrick. “Our aim is to make ‘America’s Business’ as interesting and varied as manufacturing itself.”
Hambrick said the broadcast is a key element of NAM’s move into new media. The NAM has established a new Broadcast, Internet Content and Production Department within the Communications Division.
The program is available via podcast and streaming audio. NAM recently launched “The American Business Blog,” which includes sound clips and segments from the program. “America’s Business With Mike Hambrick” can be accessed by clicking here.