All refund requests must be submitted in writing within 30 days of purchase. NO REFUNDS past the 30-day purchase date. Certain processing fees incurred by NAGR will not be refunded.

Silver Memberships are non-transferable.


The United States antitrust laws were enacted to preserve competition and the free enterprise system. Those laws apply equally to non-profit and for-profit activities. It is the policy of NAGR to comply with the requirements of the antitrust laws strictly.

NAGR also expects its members to adhere strictly to the requirements of the antitrust laws. NAGR members are responsible for understanding those laws' requirements and ensuring they remain compliant. Because of the scope and intricacy of the antitrust laws, NAGR members and staff must understand and be sensitive to those areas where potential antitrust issues might arise. Any NAGR members who violate these guidelines, the antitrust laws, or have, in the opinion of the NAGR board, acted in a manner that is detrimental to the interests of NAGR shall be subject to disciplinary measures up to, including termination of membership.

The antitrust laws make it illegal to enter into certain agreements that limit competition. While this may happen in several different contexts, the two areas of traditional concern are price fixing; and market allocation. One need not prove that a formal agreement exists to find a violation of the antitrust laws. A “wink and a nod” are sufficient when coupled with activity consistent with an agreement. As a result, any discussion among “competitors” of prohibited topics, like pricing, can provide the basis for asserting (and subsequently finding) a violation of the antitrust laws. Even if one can successfully defend against an asserted claim, the legal cost of doing so would be crippling.

For these reasons, the NAGR members must refrain from discussing topics that could support a charge that the antitrust laws had been violated. In practical terms, that means that NAGR members should avoid all discussion of the following topics:

1. Prices, rates, or rate structures for air time, including underwriting rates;
2. Quantity, placement, or standardization of non-price terms respecting the sale of air-time or underwriting, including information respecting credit terms;
3. Allocating markets or formats among broadcasters or discussions that generally suggest that broadcasters will not compete against one another;
4. Refusal to deal with certain other organizations.

If a discussion occurs at a NAGR meeting or event violates these guidelines or can border on antitrust sensitivity, the discussion should be immediately stopped. If others continue the discussion, you should leave the meeting. Any such instances should be reported immediately to the Corporate Office or any NAGR board member.

By becoming a NAGR Member, I agree to receive emails and texts from NAGR.

Billing Information

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
RegFox Event Registration Software