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NextRadio’s Days Are Numbered

Without a major influx of cash and support from the radio industry, time and money has apparently run out for NextRadio...

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Day Or Night? It May Soon Matter For Clear Channel AM Signal Protections

The Federal Communications Commission continues to try threading the needle of protecting the large coverage areas of Class A 50,000-watt AM stations...

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FCC’s Radio Incubator Program Faces Federal Court Challenge

Efforts to convince the Federal Communications Commission to rethink how one of the key components of its new radio incubator program...

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Radio Get Serious About Podcasts, Ad Dollars Begin Flowing

It may have taken the radio industry some time to warm up to podcasting, but on display this week at the Radio Show in Orlando is a new reality.

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SiriusXM Will Acquire Pandora

SiriusXM has gone all in on Pandora. In a notable business deal in the digital audio market...

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Welcome To The Machine: AI Could Change Radio’s Content Equation

Artificial intelligence may sound like something from a sci-fi movie but broadcasters are already...

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FCC Approves Lower Annual Fees For Most AM/FM Stations

Radio’s annual fees will mostly drop this year as the Federal Communications Commission continues reworking its math to better...

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Wanted: Feedback On FCC’s Plan To Divvy Repack Dollars

FMs facing greater disruption during the upcoming television repack process would be eligible for...

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Diversity Committee Has Big Issue With FCC Incubator Program

Key leadership of the FCC's Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment (ACDDE) have a big problem with the way...

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FCC’s Next AM Focus Is Clear Channel AMs

How far should protections go for radio’s big Class A AM stations that boom at 50,000-watts day and night?

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Inside The FCC’s Proposed Incubator Plan For Radio

Small businesses, struggling station owners, and new entrants would all benefit from what the Federal Communications Commission has...

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FCC Upholds Policy Of No Limits On Number Of FM Translators

In a key decision reinforcing several of the basic ways that broadcasters today use FM translators...

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Radio Asks FCC For Fee-Free Filing Of Satellite Receivers

Satellites have become a modern age backbone of broadcasting as much as a tower sitting in a field or atop a mountain.

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FCC Outright Dismisses All 998 Informal Objections by LPFM Advocacy Groups

The mass of nearly 1,000 informal objections filed by three LPFM advocacy groups has been outright dismissed by the Federal Communications Commission.

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FCC Rejects LPFM Advocates’ Effort To Block New FM Translators

Dozens of companies can breathe a sigh of relief after the Federal Commissions Commission announced...

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