NAB Finds Fault with FCC’s New Foreign-Sponsorship Proposal
Group says proposed rules places “unconstitutional burden” on broadcasters
Broadcasters Blame Big Tech for Diversity Deficits
Undertake major pushback back on FCC reinstating reporting form
Broadcasters Again Push Back on Foreign Government ID
NAB and others say rule will bring “imminent, irreparable harm”
FCC Denies NAB Stay Petition on Foreign-Sponsorship ID Rules
NAB and other industry groups had asked for delay pending outcome of lawsuit
Building the Public Interface of the Black Information Network
A Q&A with Angela Ingram on her role as one of the public interfaces...
MMTC Outlines “Racial Justice” Initiatives for FCC
“No federal body has a greater need to create and preserve racial justice than...
MMTC Seeks Donated Gear for Broadcaster Hit by Protest
Kongsue Xiong runs an AM station in St. Paul
MMTC, LULAC Urge FCC to Consider Multilingual Needs During Emergencies
Specifically acknowledge the needs amid a pandemic, as well as hurricanes and tornadoes
MMTC Volunteers to Take Ownership of “Ailing” Stations
FCC recently dismissed applications for AM stations and translator construction permit
Groups Call on FCC to Waive First-Term Fees for Incubating AM/FM Stations
MMTC, NABOB say waiving of fees sends powerful message about importance of diversity via...
Multilingual Emergency Broadcasting: A Moral Imperative for the Radio Industry
Find “designated hitters” in markets to take on secondary language EAS messaging
MMTC One of Many Groups Asking FCC to Disregard NAB Proposal
Organization says “extreme proposal” for revamping radio ownership rules could “destroy” ownership diversity
Groups Press FCC to Recommit to Promoting Media Diversity
Organizations tell FCC to abandon proposals that homogenize the market during Quadrennial Review process
Relaxing Local Ownership Caps Would Harm AM Radio, Says MMTC
Organization said relaxation will discourage minority ownership and undo incubator efforts
Midway Broadcasting Chair Says Radio Cannot Solely Concentrate on Listeners
A Q&A with Melody Spann Cooper, chairman of Midway Broadcasting Corp.
Commission Moves EEO Efforts to Enforcement Bureau
The work previously was done under the umbrella of the Media Bureau
Where Things Stand for FM Class C4: the Waiver Route
A 12 kW power option for some Class A FMs may be within reach,...
MMTC, NABOB Ask Court to Reject Part of FCC Incubator Program
They say it is illegal abuse of discretion
As Hurricane Bears Down, Spanish Communications Are Vital, Groups Say
MMTC and LULAC urge steps be taken in key markets within the storm’s path