The FCC has upheld a previous fine of $24,000 against Kevin Bondy for unlicensed radio operation and refusing agency personnel access to his gear
The NAB's Dennis Wharton called the measure “an important step in helping broadcasters carry out their mission to serve the public interest by making the FCC more efficient.”
John T. “Jack” Dominic has been named executive director of the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting in West Chester, Ohio, effective March 1, 2014
Market research firm Harris Interactive says it has agreed to be acquired by Nielsen Holdings N.V. Harris Interactive is known for The Harris Poll
Clyde Broadcast of Clydebank, U.K., purchased Wheatstone’s IP-MTR64 metering software and three M2 dual channel mic processors for an existing WheatNet-IP system in Kenya
The National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations is asking Congress to keep the current rules regarding the deductibility of advertising in place
The National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations is asking Congress to keep the current rules regarding the deductibility of advertising in place.
A big goal in the media ratings business is to develop better ways to measure the effectiveness of 'cross-media' campaigns
The Broadcasting Board of Governors has announced an agreement with Radio Netherlands Worldwide, which expands on the two global media organizations’ already longstanding partnership.
The LBA Group says many businesses may not realize they must comply with new chemical safety training rules that start to take effect in December. It is offering training to help.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) has introduced the Innovation Act of 2013, a bill designed to curb the activities of so-called “patent trolls”
Much of U.S. broadcasting meant for overseas consumption will continue despite the federal government shutdown.
Recently elected Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey is the newest member of the Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee.
The public and the broadcast industry has more time to add to the more than 100,000 comments filed at the FCC in its docket devoted to broadcast indecency.
The Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee has slated a nomination hearing for Tom Wheeler, a former telecom and cable industry group executive, for June 18.
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