Broadcast Law & Regulation

IPAWS Sets up Webinars Ahead of Next Regional Test
Nine states in the west and upper Midwest will participate in an IPAWS/EAS regional test in June. More

MMTC Presses FCC to Reverse Its Multilingual EAS Decision
Group calls order ‘deeply flawed’ More

Furry Flying Friend May Impact Some Tower Projects
Some projects must consider endangered animal as part of its environmental review More

REC Presses FCC to Act on LPFM Protections
Bradley says proliferation of translators should not come at the expense of low-power service More

The New Future of OTA TV?
Broadcast attorney Harry Cole helps readers make sense of the important technical changes going on in the broadcast television industry More

Democrats Push FCC's Wheeler on Public File Access Pledge
Say FCC chair signaled action to House Democratic Caucus More

Timm: New EAS Reporting Forms Are a Welcome Change
Forms will be available prior to nationwide test this fall More

NAB Laments Passing of Conrad Burns
Former Senator from Montana Conrad Burns passed away on Thursday, April 28, at the age of 81 according to multiple reports. More

FCC Releases Details on EAS Test Reporting
Public notice includes info about format and features of new online process More

San Diego AM Fined for Missing Files
FCC sanctions licensee with $12,000 fine and restricted license term More

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