Broadcast Law & Regulation

Wheeler Looks to Finalize Online Transition of Public Files
With the FCC’s first commission meeting on the horizon, Chairman Tom Wheeler has a number of items on the agenda More

Our “Last Best Chance” to Revitalize AM
RW asked our resident AM expert for his thoughts on details of the FCC order More

Cumulus, FCC Settle Sponsorship ID Case; Big Payout Involved
Half-million-plus payment is largest in commission history for a single-station violation of sponsorship ID laws More

Fire Chiefs Press FCC on Emergency Alerting
Moving forward on the activation of FM chips in smartphones on the agenda More

CES — Connected Technologies Clearly the Future, Says FCC’s Wheeler
Industry can propel our connected society with reallocated broadcast spectrum, chairman said More

O’Rielly Challenges “Regulation by Citation” Practice
Encourages FCC to seek enforcement, not headlines, through such notices More

Pirates Are a State-Level Problem, Too
FCC cutbacks may put fresh emphasis on localized enforcement concerns More

FCC Report: Broadband Speeds Up, But Service Disparities Present
The FCC has released its fifth “Measuring Broadband America” report, which studies the nationwide performance of consumers’ fixed broadband Internet access service. More

Translator Relocation: An FCC FAQ
AM owners are asking questions about the upcoming FM translator relocation windows More

FCC Sets Dates for 250-Mile Translator Window
Media Bureau releases procedural details and availability of technical tools More

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