National Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day is celebrated every year on November 2, unless that day falls on a weekend, then it is recognized on the following Monday. Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day acknowledges those in radio and television traffic departments, who schedule and work very diligently with shows, announcements, and much more.
History of National Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day
The origin and the founder of this day are still unknown, but the day celebrated the first commercial broadcast in the United States on November 2, 1920. On November 2, 1920, the first-ever radio broadcast was occurred, transforming our lives forever. Now, on the anniversary of this landmark date, we observe Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day acknowledge and celebrate those who work tirelessly behind the pictures of the media industry. The day was also called as National Traffic Professional’s Day.
Other Celebrations on November 2
November 2 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the Day
The best way to celebrate the day is by honoring the unsung heroes of our industry who deserve all the appreciation. Share your appreciation and thoughts about the day by using the hashtag #TrafficProfessionalsDay on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram profiles.
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