Broadcasters' liability insurance can help cover expenses if a visitor is injured at your studio, or if you are sued for defamation or copyright infringement.
These policies cover common risks in the broadcasting industry.
General liability insurance for broadcasters covers customer injuries and property damage. Bundle with property insurance in a business owner’s policy for a discount.
This policy is also called professional liability insurance. It can help cover legal costs if a broadcaster is accused of slander, libel, or copyright infringement.
Most states require workers' comp for broadcasting businesses that have employees. It also protects sole proprietors from work injury costs that health insurance might deny.
This policy helps radio and television broadcasters pay for recovery expenses if they are hit by a cyberattack or data breach. It also covers legal costs if a client sues over a breach.
Broadcasters face numerous risks. A visitor could slip on an icy front step and break a leg, or the subject of an on-air discussion could sue you for slander. Broadcasters' liability insurance and radio station insurance can cover these issues, along with data breaches, property damage, and employee injuries.