McLane on: FOIA Docs Provide a Peek Into Enforcement

May 27, 2010

A San Francisco based organization interested in digital rights has posted documents related to the FCC’s authority to conduct warrantless searches of private residences.These documents were the result of a Freedom of Information Act request and were received last fall

Fitch on: Radio's Multiple Pipes

May 20, 2010

With all that’s been written about radio’s future in the dashboard and elsewhere, I am beginning to get the sense that radio's reduction in audience is not so much a function of relevance. The information, and in some cases the

Schneider: A Warm Memory of Jim Quello

May 18, 2010

“Like many people, I was sad to know of the passing of former FCC Commissioner Jim Quello,” says John Schneider.“He was a friend to many broadcasters, considered one of ‘our own’ on the commission. I had the pleasure of

Vernon on: The Boneyard

May 10, 2010

Radio World often includes the odd off site Vegas photo in its NAB Show follow up issues. Here are a few of mine. These were taken at the Neon Museum Las Vegas “boneyard.” The museum is restoring the La Concha

So the Coffee Pot Was Telling the TV the Other Day …

May 6, 2010