Susan Ashworth is a freelance journalist based in San Francisco and a former editor of TV Technology.
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Breaking down silos for breaking news
As the Federal Communications Commission prepares to decide the fate of the main studio requirement, the MMTC has added its voice to a growing number of organizations calling for the eradication of the 78-year-old rule.
Even though it is said to be one of the fastest growing trade shows in the country, NAB Show New York continues to do what it does best—offer an intimate, personalized look at the latest in media, entertainment and telecom technology for content creators on the East Coast.
As broadcasters prepare for the upcoming national test of the Emergency Alert System later this month, Radio World is speaking with manufacturers of EAS equipment to determine what stations should know in advance of the test.
Cost, scalability, portability among factors affecting decisions
It’s been called one of the most difficult aspects of running a broadcast station, and it’s easy to see why.
Broadcasters have strong opinions about the potential rollout of a new Blue Alert codes by the Federal Communications Commission.
To ensure the nation continues to adopt the best standards and operating procedures when it comes to emergency alerting, the Federal Emergency Management Agency recently announced the names of 31 individuals that will be serving on the IPAWS subcommittee, which is part of FEMA’s National Advisory Council.
It’s that time again.
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