A bill introduced into the House to reauthorize FEMA includes a provision that would require national EAS tests “at least once” every three years
The Alabama Broadcasters Association was warning its members not to air new PSAs from the Ad Council because they contain actual EAS tones
A case involving a student-run station has persuaded the FCC to adopt a new policy for such noncomms that are first-time offenders of the public file rules
“I have an announcement to top all announcements,” said FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski as he presided over his last open commission meeting as chairman today.
The Senate has approved an Internet sales tax proposal, paving the way for shoppers to pay sales taxes on most online purchases
The FCC’s Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau is urging state emergency communications committees to make sure their EAS plan is up-to-date
Whether to establish an “egregious cases” broadcast indecency policy and concentrate on those cases over fleeting utterances is something the next chairman will need to ponder.
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