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Posts filed under: FCC

Lowest Unit Rates Reminder for 2024

Courtesy of David Oxenford With 2024 being an election year, we should highlight the FCC’s rules on lowest unit rates.  Political candidates get the lowest unit rate for advertising bought... Read More

National EAS Test on October 4

The FCC just released the attached Public Notice announcing that there will be a national EAS test on October 4.  Stations must file any updates to their Form One by... Read More

Foreign Sponsorship Disclosure Compliance Deadline for Existing Programming Is Upon Us

On behalf of Scott Flick Broadcast stations face a September 15 deadline to ensure that all programming aired on their stations complies with the FCC’s foreign sponsorship disclosure requirements. The... Read More

This Week in Regulation for Broadcasters: March 12, 2022 to March 18, 2022

Here are some of the regulatory developments of significance to broadcasters from the last week, and a look ahead at an important deadline next week, with links to where you... Read More

How to Survive in a Small Market

Kevin Thomas is the owner of WDKC(FM) “KC101 FM” in Pennsylvania’s Tioga County, a station where radio spots cost only a few dollars and the biggest community in the coverage... Read More

A New FM+HD Radio Architecture

In 2020 Nautel participated in a demonstration that described a new approach to HD Radio time alignment. We asked Chief Technology Officer Philipp Schmid for an update. Radio World: First... Read More

U.K. DAB Multiplex Relicensing Plan Gains Support

A report from the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee of the House of Commons agrees with the recent decision by the U.K. government to renew automatically current DAB multiplex... Read More

Wurl Partners With ScreenHits TV to Deliver FAST Channels

The launches begin in the U.S., UK, Germany and Latin America as part of ScreenHits TV’s global expansion... Read More

New Rules on the Identification of Foreign Government-Provided Programs Affects All Broadcasters – Now in Effect  

The FCC this week announced that broadcasters must now comply with new rules designed to identify when programming is run on U.S. stations that was provided by a foreign governmental... Read More