FCC Won’t Pull Licenses From Hurricane-Affected “Dark” Stations
Provides an extra six months for TV and radio stations to restore service
Cell Carriers Making Progress After Disasters in Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands and California
In Puerto Rico, 61% of the island’s population now has coverage, up from 60%...
Project Loon Gets Experimental License in Puerto Rico
Alphabet-led emergency connectivity project relies on cooperation from mobile carriers
NHMC Tells Pai Puerto Rico Needs “Extraordinary Measures”
Post-Hurricane Maria, organization tells FCC chairman that more should be done to help Puerto...
More Than Half of Stations Still Off the Air in Puerto Rico
Broadcast organizations stateside have been reaching out to brethren in the U.S. territory hoping...
SBE, NAB Call on Members to Aid Puerto Rican Broadcasters
Most of the U.S. territory’s stations are still off the air
Nine Radio Stations Still Off the Air in Puerto Rico
More than a week later, the island’s communications infrastructure is still challenged
WWUS Again Is Lifeline for Florida Keys Residents During Hurricane
Two decades ago, the station won an Edward R. Murrow award for continuously broadcasting...
Emergency Alert Test Filing Deadline Postponed to November
Cable and wireless ops, broadcasters affected by hurricanes get extra six weeks to submit...
NextRadio Usage Spiked During Hurricane Mathew, TagStation Says
"It’s reflective of people moving out of harm’s way and tuning to FM radio...