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FCC Keeps CALM With New Algorithm

November 4, 2013

It has only been a year since the FCC began implementing the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act, which requires broadcasters and MVPDs to monitor and control the volume of commercials to make sure they are not louder than the surrounding programming, but the FCC is already proposing to change the standard.


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