All participants for August’s test must file ETRS Form Three by deadline.
More than $600,000 in combined civil penalties were levied against stations.
Publication in the Federal Register of OMB approval makes FCC rules on EAS reporting and false alerts effective for three years.
The mandatory test is scheduled to take place on the afternoon of Aug. 7.
Free webinar will cover how to register and file for EAS Test Reporting System.
Workshop will take place Friday, June 28, at FCC headquarters.
All EAS test participants must file by July 3 in advance for the scheduled August test.
Alert set for Aug. 7 at 2:20 p.m. ET.
EAS-NET protocol is now integrated into the Kaltura TV Platform.
Suggestions include development of best practices and strengthened public education program.
New alert can be issued whenever imminent danger to law enforcement officers.
First nationwide test of WEA successful, though many reported issues with reception.
Nearly a year after a false missile alert was issued across Hawaii, legislators have taken another step toward addressing the issue of erroneous emergency alerts.
Release is a complete OS upgrade for the DASDEC-II and One-Net SE alerting systems.
Test was postponed on Sept. 20 due to Hurricane Florence
Companies hope to automate updates before 2019 updates