Broadcast Law & Regulation

Expanded Band, Class A Protection Are Key AM Interests
Comments peak on final day of comment window on AM revitalization More

Repeal the Main Studio Rule, MMTC Asks
Calls the rule “a 20th century holdover that should be abolished or modified to recognize 21st century technologies” More

Noise Is the Big Problem for AM, SBE Argues
Society calls on FCC to make some tough calls on AM noise More

Many Voices Support AM Radio
With technical suggestions and blunt sentiments, comments on AM revitalization order roll in ahead of Monday deadline More

FCC Doles Out February Call Signs
The Federal Communications Commission handed out new and modified call signs to a number of stations in February. More

Greek Government Studies Licensing Procedure
Encourages legality and sustainability through simplified licensing and better coordination More

Downs Suggests an AM “Surrender Option”
Stations would get primary status on their FM translator in exchange More

AM Revitalization Needs Receiver Standards
Station owner and RW contributor Larry Langford shares his filed comments. He writes that the Federal Communications Commission is to be commended for its unusually proactive move on the issue of AM revitalization. More

Wide Range of Voices on AM Radio Change
Some comments on the AM radio revitalization initiative have come from unexpected quarters. More

Upsurge of Comments Ahead of Deadline
Hot AM revitalization topics include support for relaxed main studio rules and local station power increases More

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