U.S. radio and TV stations were supposed to have filled out a particular form by now in advance of September’s national EAS test.
The FCC is back up to full strength, and Chairman Ajit Pai expressed pleasure that the Senate has confirmed Brendan Carr and Jessica Rosenworcel.
It’s an idea that could bring major change to the way that broadcast businesses manage their facilities, staff and content distribution.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s office published the list below, listing what he considers his achievements in his first 100 days as chairman.
Radio stations should not have to pay “out of pocket” just to stay in business as a result of the TV auction repack.
Radio World’s Paul McLane asked one close observer, Ed Czarnecki, senior director of strategy and government affairs at EAS equipment manufacturer Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems.
The nationwide EAS test in September was a success, though it revealed "shortfalls" in some state-level EAS plans and other areas that could be improved.
By now, readers who are involved with the Emergency Alert System in the United States are well aware of the pending national test and what they must do during and immediately after it.
The new EAS Operating Handbook, published in August, may end up being revised after the national EAS test this month.
The Consumer Technology Association likes what it hears from Hillary Clinton on the subject of technology, innovation and patent trolls.
Construction of the NAB’s new headquarters at 1 M Street S.E. in Washington is ready to get underway, as the organization held a ground breaking ceremony on Monday, June 20.
The nation’s largest broadcast association says it welcomes government discussions about improving the Emergency Alert System.
The FCC has released its new 75-page notice of proposed rulemaking aimed at improving the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts.
NAB Labs is heading in a new direction. And in the announcement you can sniff the evolving nature of broadcast media itself.
Broadcasters, Michael O’Rielly is concerned for your safety and security; and he’s speaking up about it.
Commissioner Michael O’Rielly wants to keep the issue of pirate radio on the front burner at the FCC, so he has put forth his own draft of a “pirate radio policy and enforcement statement.”
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