FCC Announces Auction Results and Sets TV Repack Deadlines

FCC Announces Auction Results and Sets TV Repack Deadlines

By Scott R. Flick, Lauren Lynch Flick and Joseph A. Cohen, Pillsbury Law To use a metaphor those headed to Vegas for the NAB Show will appreciate, two of the three wheels on the Spectrum Repack slot machine had stopped Read more »

New date/time for NAB conversation about race reporting

Join the Conversation About Reporting on Race April 12, 2017 | Newseum | Washington, D.C. 12:30 p.m. ET Awareness in Reporting Live Stream Begins Local radio and TV broadcasters are part of the communities they serve. During times of unrest, Read more »

60+ stations sign on to advertising deductibility letter

Twenty six broadcasters representing more than sixty radio and television stations from every Congressional district in Massachusetts sent a letter to Senators Warren and Markey and Representatives Neal, McGovern, Tsongas, Kennedy, Clark, Moulton, Capuano, Lynch and Keating last week calling Read more »

MBA takes to The Hill

Last week, members of the MBA Board of Directors Bill Fine (WCVB-TV), Bill Pepin (WWLP-TV) and Chairman Carl Strube (WNBP-AM), counsel Jim Smith, and Executive Director Jordan Walton took to Capitol Hill to advocate for our radio and television members. Read more »

Five steps to get your station involved with MBA advocacy

When the MBA took to Capitol Hill, each conversation we had with our Congressional delegation focused on the local work that our stations take part in every day.  Help us protect your license and your ability to serve your community Read more »

Letters From the Public: Pai FCC Takes First Step on Broadcast Deregulation

It took a while to get to this point, but at the first public meeting of the Pai FCC, the Commission voted today to eliminate the requirement that stations maintain “Letters and Emails from the Public” in their public inspection Read more »

MBA files comments on FCC EEO recruitment

The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association, along with other State Broadcasters Associations representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, recently filed Joint Comments in support of a proposal to change the FCC’s EEO Rule to permit broadcast stations Read more »

The Society of Broadcast Engineers Forms EAS Advisory Group

New Release: January 20, 2017 – Indianapolis, IN – The Society of Broadcast Engineers has actively worked as a source of information for the Emergency Alert System since it was launched. As the system has developed and evolved to include Read more »

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