Broadcast Law & Regulation

Commentary: Impact of a Class C4 Allocation on FM Translators
Of 217 found to be most likely to take advantage of the new power class, just 25 total FM translators would be subject to potential displacement More

O’Rielly Blasts Media Ownership Rules
“The commission follows one nonsensical decision with another and is dragged into court over and over again” More

Radio Stations Still Down After Hurricane Matthew
FCC deactivates data collection portal for much of affected area More

RCS and Marketron Integrate Offerings
Approximately 50% of Marketron’s customers use an RCS automation product More

Pai Laments Cross-Ownership Decision
In Kansas appearance, he also touches on radio diversity, recalling Alf Landon’s work with Andrew Carter More

FCC Wants Emergency Info as Hurricane Matthew Hits
Cites hurricane-threatened counties from which it needs updates More

In Washington State, Celebrating AMs’ FM Translators
Broadcast association calls attention to new FM signals from a half-dozen AM broadcasters More

Settlement Clears Way for Handoff of Colorado AM Station
Roger Hoppe and FCC reach consent decree More

Turkish Government Closes More Radio, TV Stations
Committee to Protect Journalists calls for the immediate reversal of these closures More

Oregon Creates Broadcast Engineer Credential
Formal training program is part of effort to help “first informers” at times of crisis More

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