Does the First Amendment care who won the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8, 2016? Erwin G. Krasnow, the co-chair of the Communications Group of Washington, D.C. law firm Garvey Schubert Barer, tackles this question in a column that delves into fairness, and the First Amendment, and where broadcasters are under a Trump presidency.
With the support of "hundreds" of residents, La Plata County got its wish, as four Denver-market stations can now modify the local satellite carriage TV markets they serve and add this far-southwest slice of Colorado to its coverage area. The FCC made the move despite objections from Hubbard and Hearst.
A full-power UHF station serving Sin City has been handed a possible $7,000 by the FCC for apparent sins tied to its electronic public file, the "e-pif."
Here's what one top D.C. attorney thinks
A R&O allowing it is on the FCC's Open Meeting agenda; Raycom head talks up ATSC 3.0 at Thursday Senate hearing on NAB's behalf
This column from two noted D.C. attorneys provides a road map for taking advantage of the current regulatory climate
Senator believes Congress "can — and should — do to help protect the integrity and independence of the media"
Australian citizens living in Alaska for more than a decade can now hold 100% ownership of 29 AM or FM radio stations
The proposed transition also raises many questions and concerns for ACA members, Matthew Polka asserts
Comments on an NPRM alowing permissive use of the "Next Generation" broadcast TV standard, ATSC 3.0, is a go
The siting rule for an FM fill-in translator rebroadcasting an AM broadcast station has been relaxed by the Commission
Jessica Rosenthal, a longtime partner in the Corporate and Mass Media practice of Wiley Rein LLP, has plenty of tips and reminders
MMTC says it's time for the FCC to break the walls between media, wireline and wireless when it comes to EEO enforcement
The FCC's February Open Meeting, set for Thursday, has emerged as a virtual boxing ring that pits the ACA against the NAB on ATSC 3.0
An FCC Commissioner from 1997 to 2001 has joined the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) as a Special Policy Advisor