December 2, 2013
GENEVA—In a follow-up action to a Nov. 21 workshop on emergency broadcasting held by the International Telecommunications Union, that organization is preparing a report on the essential nature of terrestrial radio and television broadcasting in times of emergency.
The report is being complied by co-Rapporteurs Lynn Claudy of the National Association of Broadcasters and Gary Stanley who is associated with the Babcock International Group, U.K. It is expected to be completed by April 2014 and will be made available free of charge.
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