Business and Law
Tribal and HBCU Stations Receive Public Media Funds for Coronavirus Outreach
More than $300,000 awarded to coordinate COVID-19 PSAs
Deciphering When a Commercial Station Can Pay Noncommercial Fees
In some cases, an exemption is based on the nonprofit status of the licensee...
Top Court’s Ruling Reinstates Media Ownership Changes
SCOTUS says FCC can eliminate some rules; industry responds
Bill Aims to Boost Minority Involvement in Telecom Space
Legislation could play a major role in developing a pipeline of future workers from...
FCC Can Use New Pirate Radio Fines Starting April 26
But lack of funding for enforcement remains an obstacle
Educational Media Foundation Heading for Music City
Move from California to Nashville campus to be built will take three years
FCC Rejects Call to Let Two Licenses Expire Over Nonprofit Kerfuffle
A North Carolina licensee said a Georgia broadcaster failed to pay fees and was...
Survey Says Social Media Ecosphere Has Modest Growth
Facebook is no longer the most-used platform for a majority of users
Survey Says Podcast Demographics Continue to Diversify
Strong gains are noted in Hispanic/Latino and Black listeners
Four Stations Receive Forfeitures for Same Alleged Violation: Late Filings
The FCC handed out citations to three houses of worship and one school district
UK Survey Shows Shift in Radio Listening During Pandemic
Study’s author says “evolution toward digital broadcasting” underway
These Stations Need to Turn in License Renewals ASAP
FCC reminds 17 licensees in Colorado, Minnesota, Montana and Dakotas
FCC Nixes Idea to Rebrand NCE Translator as Commercial
Local broadcaster argued the FM translator licensee should not receive noncom exemptions
AM Station’s Spotty Operational Schedule Puts License at Risk
FCC has taken notice as WSYL in eastern Georgia has often been silent over...
New Report Reveals Podcast Trends Among Diverse Audiences
The latest Nielsen report examines how podcast ad listeners are reacting to the ads...