The Department of Homeland Security says Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) energy, either from natural sources like major solar storms, or potential nuclear attacks, has the potential
As things stand, voluntary NASA guidelines published in the 1990s recommend that dead satellites should be deorbited within 25 years. ShareTweetShareEmailPin
It is the first time CORES will be used to pay annual fees after the FCC discontinued use of its Fee Filer system last December.
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (S. 673) would allow news publishers and broadcast news operations with fewer than 1,500 exclusive full-time employees to form
The Commission did, however, accept one piece of the industry’s argument, and that has led to a fee recalculation. ShareTweetShareEmailPin
FCC Announces Nearly $800 Million For Broadband Through The Rural Digital Opportunity Fund ShareTweetShareEmailPin
The Federal Emergency Management Agency in May dropped a surprise on broadcasters: there will be no national test of the Emergency Alert System this year.
The radio industry scored a symbolic, yet potentially significant, victory in Washington Monday as lobbying efforts have led to the addition of 20 names to
Time is running out for the Commission to adopt the order. Broadcaster are required to pay their annual fees before the new fiscal year begins
Senate and House Democrats are set to introduce a bill to reinstate Obama-era net neutrality rules and to give the FCC authority over broadband networks.
The radio industry has been dealt a setback in its effort to rework how the federal courts determine how much stations pay to ASCAP and