NAB is contracting with an outside PR firm to counter myths about radio and TV. A posting for the contract says the firm would “promote positive stories about the unique value of terrestrial radio” and respond rapidly to “attacks from competitors and industry critics.” The Washington Post pegs the value of the contract at $250,000.
NAB: “FCC Fee Methodology Requires Reform to Conform to the Law”
Broadcast industry group says it seeks to balance regulatory fee process
Midwest Tech Conference Is Put Off Until Next Year
“The challenges of the current environment have left us with too many uncertainties to present a meaningful in-person event”
CTA Loathes Idea of FCC Collecting Fees From Unlicensed Spectrum Users
Consumer technology group says NAB proposal “would upend current spectrum fee model”