Gaining a more granular understanding of what policies the Trump Administration is likely to pursue is Task One for 4A's
broadcast TV drew a larger number of viewers from one demographic segment than from any other.
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Back in 2002, Ken Benner stumbled upon "MM Docket No. 98-204." He recalls, "It was the most disturbing item I had ever seen in my life."
A few of the points being alleged by those against the $85.4B deal call for deeper analysis, this columnist believes
By acting like Pepsico, radio can greater respect from the brands that these radio stations are emulating.
Learn how the NAB is fighting for TV and radio by again assailing the FCC for its 41-year-old cross-ownership ban
Identify breaking stories and find a creative way to become a part of them -- a new marketing philosophy
Alternative FCC Inspector Ken Benner believes that the Commission is presently engaged in "complexification"
Streaming agreements with Sony and Warner Music Groups will ease costs for AM and FM stations
Learn how those offering FCC Alternative Compliance Certification work under a strict code of ethics
There seem to be three reasons why we still have the Commission, says AEI Visiting Fellow Mark Jamison
Are some media properties acting like annoying wedding guests when it comes to their social media development?
According to pundits, the sky is falling for the NFL. Perhaps listening to the radio will yield some good programming ideas.
Alternative FCC Inspector Ken Benner offers additional tips for stations seeking alternative inspection certifications