RADIO


FCC Votes To Advance Proposal To Allow All-Digital AM

The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (MB Docket Nos. 19-311, 13-249) asks the industry to share its insights...

Posted

Full-Power Radio Fears New Interference Problems From Proposed LPFM Changes

Broadcasters are feeling both concern and hope for potential opportunities over a proposal the Federal Communications Commission is considering...

Posted

FCC Targets World War Two-Era Antenna Rules In Latest Media Modernization Push.

A rule dating to World War II when the Federal Communications Commission was doing its part to conserve resources...

Posted

New FM Construction Permit Auction Set for April 2020

Auction 106 will offer 130 construction permits for FM broadcast allotments, including 34 permits that were either...

Posted

Battle Lines are Drawn in Translator Interference Rules Order

The FCC allowed FM translators to resolve interference issues by changing channels, standardized information that must be submitted...

Posted

FCC’s New Math Means Slight Reduction In 2019 Fees For Radio

How much radio stations will be required to pay in annual regulatory fees to the Federal Communications Commission has been reduced slightly...

Posted

Here’s what you need to know, including details of the revised complaint procedures.

On May 9, 2019, the Federal Communications Commission issued a report and order in which it adopted new procedures...

Posted

The High Stakes Battle Over The C-Band And What It Could Mean For Radio

National Public Radio has grown to rely on the Public Radio Satellite System to distribute programing to more than 1,200 public radio stations.

Posted

FM Translator Numbers Grow, Even As FCC’s AM Tally Continues To Shrink

In the June 2009 order, the Commission acknowledged the “reduced viability” of AM stations compared to FMs and said the “cross-service translating...

Posted

FCC Adopts Compromise on Translator Interference

Those services increasingly have been at loggerheads. A drastic jump in the numbers of translators over three decades...

Posted

Despite Court Challenge, FCC Starts Accepting Radio Incubator Applications

As a federal appeals court in Philadelphia heard arguments on Tuesday for blocking portions of the Federal Communication Commission’s new...

Posted

How Broadcasters Are Using Nielsen Media Impac

A new analytics tool that gives radio access to valuable info it never had before may sound great on paper.

Posted

Big Broadcasters Weigh in on Radio Ownership Changes

As the comment deadline approaches, the broadcast industry continues to share its concerns and wishes about the future of broadcast radio and television ownership.

Posted

Oral Argument Set in Challenge to FCC Broadcast Deregulation

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (Philadelphia) has scheduled oral argument in the challenge to the FCC's latest broadcast deregulation.

Posted

Broadcasters Tell FCC The Time Has Come For Digital-Only AMs

The prospect of allowing broadcasters to power down analog AM transmitters and leave just a digital-only signal as their replacement...

Posted
RSS Icon
« Previous1234567...18Next »
NEWSROOM