FCC’s 2018 Abolition of Main Studio Rules Means Broadcast Studios Do Not Need to Be Open to the Public During Coronavirus Outbreak

March 17, 2020

We’ve heard that some broadcasters are worried about staffing their main studios and allowing the public to visit the studios in this period where the government and health authorities have called for social distancing.  With the elimination of the main studio and studio staffing rules back in 2018 (see our articles here and here), this should not be an issue.

Read more at: https://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2020/03/articles/fccs-2018-abolition-of-main-studio-rules-means-broadcast-studios-do-not-need-to-be-open-to-the-public-during-coronavirus-outbreak/



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