The National Association of Broadcasters believes that the FCC should give broadcasters some space to determine how to work with the new ATSC 3.0 standard, despite calls from MVPDs and others for the Commission to look into retransmission consent, capacity or content issues in its upcoming Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
The FCC is sticking with most of the stuff on the books with the final version of its catalog of covered expenses in the broadcasters’ transition to new spectrum in the post-incentive auction repack, denying most of the tweaks proposed by commenters.
Roku is getting in on the action for the Super Bowl, announcing that it will offer a free live of the game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons.
SBE has actively worked as a source of information for the Emergency Alert System since it was launched, according to the association.
The matches will feature Manchester City vs. Tottenham and Arsenal vs. Burnley.
As the Obama administration winds down, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler made his final speech in that position at the Aspen Institute in Washington.
The Nextstar-Media General merger has been officially approved by the FCC's Mediau Bureau, according to a order published on the FCC website on Wednesday.
NewBay Media is now accepting nominations for the NAB Show Best of Show Awards.
Announced at the currently underway CES conference, Roku has landed a new TV partner that will license and integrate Roku's streaming platform, Element Electronics.
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