The NAB Radio Board supported the concept of launching a broadcast lab to “enhance terrestrial broadcasting,” according to a statement released by NAB. The mission of the lab would be to “improve and enhance delivery of over-the-air broadcasting to consumers,” stated NAB. Its approval is contingent upon funding issues being resolved. Maximum Service Television asked NAB to commit $6 million over three years to the project, with an additional $6 million expected to come from CEA member companies. MSTV expected to commit another $3 million.
Georgia LPFM Agrees to Consent Decree and to Pay $10,000 Penalty
The decision resolves an ongoing investigation into the alleged violation of the FCC’s underwriting laws
Duplication Rule Vote Lacked Due Process, Critics Say
They criticize NAB's "ad hominen" attack and press FCC for partial repeal
FCC Warning: Don’t Use Ham Radio or CBs to Plan Crimes
Enforcement Bureau is concerned about social media talk of using radio services