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Mar 02, 2015 / 10:48 AM
AWARN: Designed for Next-gen Broadcasting
Anyone who grew up with TV and radio from 1963 to1997 likely remembers the high-pitched tone of the Emergency Broadcast System.
Feb 04, 2015 / 05:49 PM
Wheeler Brings Down Net Neutrality Hammer
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler proposed reclassifying both wired and wireless broadband networks under Title II of the ’96 Telecom Act, which would allow the agency to impose network neutrality rules.
Jan 20, 2015 / 02:22 PM
FCC Upholds $1.4 Million EAS Fine Against Viacom, ESPN
The FCC is upholding $1.4 million in fines against Viacom and ESPN for misusing the Emergency Alert System warning tones.
Jan 05, 2015 / 03:25PM
FCC Launches Consumer Help Center
Dec 19, 2014 / 03:24PM
Group Pushes FCC to Standardize EAS Gear Response
“We know this will not be an easy, painless nor inexpensive process.”
Dec 19, 2014 / 02:46PM
FCC Upholds Four Corners $25,000 STL Fine
The FCC is holding firm on its $25,000 fine against Four Corners Broadcasting for operating three studio-to-transmitter links in an unauthorized location. The penalty is now a forfeiture.
Dec 19, 2014 / 09:23 AM
FCC Clarifies Auction Pricing, EOBC Disputes It
Organizers of the 2016 TV spectrum incentive auction said a pricing discrepancy in official documents represented a floor and a potential goal, not a vacillation.
Dec 17, 2014 / 03:37PM
O’Rielly Confirmed for New, Full FCC Term
As lawmakers look to get out of Washington this week to end the 113th Congress, the Senate took care of some business related to the FCC and voted to approve Michael O’Rielly for a full, five-year term as an FCC commissioner.
Dec 16, 2014 / 04:42PM
FCC Seeks More Input on Closed Captioning
Closed-captioning rules are still being sorted.
Dec 12, 2014 / 04:44PM
FCC Okays Scripps-Journal Merger
The FCC has approved the merger of Journal Communications, Inc. and The E.W. Scripps Co.

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