Supports the FCC reviewing the scope of FirstNet’s interoperability requirements.
$495 million budget is first increase in 10 years.
Proposed FY 2020 budget would cut federal funding to $30 million each of the next two years.
Organizations say the "unnecessary" rule has allowed DBS providers to use it as a loophole through which to drop carriage.
Data stream from local public TV station was used to share critical information from the simulated incident
Among other things, the report examines the potential of Next Gen TV and the efforts of PBS
APTS, PBS don't want to have to increase bandwidth to accommodate WEA improvements
Begins three-year term as an at-large trustee on the APTS board
With their national reach, public broadcast stations are uniquely situated to alert the public to earthquake dangers
What to leave in. What to leave out. That is the question the Federal Communications Commission is asking in a review of its “rules applicable to media entities, including broadcasters, cable operators, and satellite television providers.”
As one door closes, another opens with the announcement that the Pacific Mountain Network (PMN) will be closing its doors after nearly 40 years.
Public stations like PBS and other local channels like it provide many educational services/programs through their stations, but Wednesday afternoon they got a crash course in some of the biggest issues set to face the industry over the next few years.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has signed an agreement with American Public Television Stations in an effort to improve communications for the first responder community.
A week after the U.S. House Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee made its recommendation for public broadcasting funding, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee did the same.
A little less than a month after the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee approved funding for public broadcasting, the U.S. House Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee also recommended the funding for public broadcasting.
Patrick Butler, president and CEO of America’s Public Television Stations, praised the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee on its recent funding of public broadcasting.