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LPFM News: Low-Power FM on the Next FCC Meeting Agenda

In perhaps the slowest week in LPFM news so far this year, only two additional applications were approved.

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Wheeler Cites LPFM Progress

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says the commission must look back, into history, in order to move forward.

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New CE Power Standard Affects Radio Receivers

The Consumer Electronics Association has approved a new standard to help CE devices manage their power consumption.

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Appeal Period Begins for Dismissed LPFM Applications

Low-power FM applicants whose paperwork was dismissed last week by the FCC have 30 days to appeal.

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FM “C4 Class” Petition Gains Steam

SSR Communications CEO Matt Wesolowski has passed the 100 mark on the number of broadcasters who...

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Radio Focuses on New Delivery

The key to remaining relevant and adapting to changing consumer needs is flexibility, says NAB Executive Vice President/Chief...

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Broadcast Radio vs. Big Streaming

These words describe broadcast radio’s reaction to the idea of accepting advertising from, and otherwise...

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FCC Requests Comments on Proposal to Require Multilingual EAS Alerts – Comments Due April 28

With so much going on at the FCC and in connection with other topics that we consider, I’m sometimes...

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How Many Radio Stations Are There in the United States?

Here are the latest broadcast license totals from the FCC.

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Moscow shuts down the Voice of America

During the Cold War, the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe, the BBC and others brought those...

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Pai Wants Quick Action to Help AM

During a regulatory panel here in Las Vegas at NAB 2014, Pai said he supports opening up an...

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All-Digital AM Test Data Continues to Look Positive

Results of all-digital AM testing continue to look positive, and NAB Labs is charting a path to eventually...

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NAB Supports AM-Only FM Translator Window

NAB thinks it’s a good idea for the FCC to open an application window for those AM stations owners who wish to...

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Radio Can Engage Next “Young Generation”

Nearly five decades ago, the baby boomers were the “Young Generation” whose talents and aspirations baffled their...

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Engineer Says AM Interference Will Continue

Nonbroadcast interference to AM radio is not going away. That’s according to engineer Sam Brown, who believes the FCC is asking...

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