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Rosenworcel Roars Ahead With ‘Net Neutrality’ Return Plan

The reclassification of broadband under Title II, which opponents have been bracing for over a nearly three-year period in which Democrats lacked a third vote necessary to make the rulemaking come alive, would bring back a Wheeler Commission decision that was erased under the FCC of Ajit Pai.

MRC Accreditation Comes To TV Ad Ratings Firm

iSpot, a TV measurement company seeking to serve as an alternative to Nielsen, has earned its first Media Rating Council (MRC) accreditation.

FTC Sues Amazon for ‘Illegally Maintaining Monopoly Power’

The Federal Trade Commission, along with 17 state attorneys general, argue that the online retail and technology giant — an entity that has siphoned advertising dollars from broadcast radio and television — is "a monopolist" that uses a set of interlocking anticompetitive and unfair strategies to maintain its power.
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Anna Gomez Sworn In As FCC Commissioner

It’s official: Anna Gomez is now a Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, having been sworn in on Monday. She wasted no time in revealing key staff members.
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Writers Guild Reaches Tentative Deal

For WGA East and WGA West, its new agreement with the AMPTP is not yet finalized. However, the union says an agreement in principle on all deal points, subject to drafting final contract language, arrived on Sunday evening. "To be clear, no one is to return to work until specifically authorized to by the Guild," it warned.

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Sirius XM Receives Non-Binding Liberty Media Offer

A special committee of independent directors comprised of SiriusXM Holdings Inc. board members on Tuesday confirmed the receipt of a non-binding proposal that would see the company's shares merged with a group of  "tracking stocks" that hold Liberty Media's stake in the satellite radio company.

Audacy To Return Two Las Vegas AMs With Site Move

On March 1, two longtime AM radio stations owned by Audacy Corp. went dark under Special Temporary Authority with the FCC, after the company agreed to pocket millions of dollars from the sale of a North Las Vegas parcel on which the stations' towers stood. Now, the kHz-band stations are poised to return, as a new tower site has been affirmed. 
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Ted Austin To Acquire Silberberg’s Jackson Hole FMs

One is a rhythmic Top 40 station that on Sunday afternoon was playing The Weeknd, Lizzo, Beyoncé and Monsta X. The other FM is a home for "Genuine Country" from such acts as Travis Tritt, Juice Newton, Trace Adkins and Alabama. Pending FCC approval, both stations, which serve Jackson, Wyo., from Idaho, will see new licensees thanks to a deal involves regional licensee Ted Austin.

Podcast Radio U.S. Gains Broadcast Homes With Beasley Deal

On August 24, RBR+TVBR hinted at the launch of a 24/7 domestic podcast-driven radio format, with AM and FM radio stations in four regions of the U.S. poised to adopt the programming provided by Gary Krantz through his Krantz Media Group and KMG Networks. It is now known where those podcasts can be heard over the air.

Broadcast Content Summit On Tap For NAB New York

A new Broadcast Content Summit, offering customized tracks for both television and radio, is getting the attention of those looking for a NAB-hosted venue expressly for content creators, programmers, talent and station managers.

Iowa AM/FM Owner Resolves ‘OPIF’ Issue With FCC

The process of renewing a radio station’s license has the potential of revealing to the FCC Media Bureau’s Audio Division a failure to adhere to Commission rules. And, that’s exactly what has happened to an Iowa broadcaster which has entered into a Consent Decree with the Commission to resolve an "OPIF" rule violation at each of its two radio stations.

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Arkansas Licensee Caldwell To Add Six Stations

He presently owns some 29 radio stations across Arkansas under a series of different licensee names, which operate under the East Arkansas Broadcasters name. Now, Bobby Caldwell has signed off on a transaction that will yield him six additional stations.

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Patent Battle Leads LG To Cease NEXTGEN TV Deployment

Go to a local electronics retailer or a Costco and attempt to purchase a television that offers ATSC 3.0-fueled NEXTGEN TV. It's not an easy task. That said, Pearl TV notes that there are plenty of NEXTGEN TV-equipped sets on the market. Just don't expect to see any from LG in the near future.

Gray Formally Launches ‘Local News Live’ OTT Offering

Gray Television has officially flipped the switch and fired up a streaming news network that provides live news coverage from Gray’s 113 television markets and its bureau in the Nation's Capital.

‘Peachtree Sports Network’ Unveiled by Gray TV

The broadcast network will launch in Atlanta but will soon air on Gray-owned over-the-air channels in Albany, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, and Savannah in the coming months.

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Reducing (AI) Risk in Political Advertising

Efforts to reduce risks posed by artificial intelligence in political advertising expose deeper flaws in electoral advertisement regulation, says American Enterprise Institute (AEI) nonresident senior fellow Bronwyn Howell.

Public Speaking Myths: Debunked!

One of the most frequently asked questions from public speaking expert Rosemary Ravinal's workshop participants is how to eradicate filler words (ah’s, ums, like, you know, etc.). They think that the hallmark of good public speaking is the total absence of filler words. Wrong, she says in this column.

AI in the News-Production Process: Will It Fly With Consumers?

With the advent of technologies like ChatGPT, Midjourney and DALL-E, AI has become a household name when it comes to content production. But what happens when it tries to tell you the news? That's a question the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications asks in this insights column.

The InFOCUS Podcast: Jessica Rosenworcel

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel on Tuesday formally announced a plan to bring back "Net Neutrality" at a National Press Club event in Washington, D.C. This InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, offers comments directly from Rosenworcel on the proposal, and how detractors may wish to think twice while offering peaceful protest.  LISTEN HERE

AI-Powered Audio Mastering For Better Voicetracking

AI-based radio solutions provider Super Hi-Fi has rolled out an AI technology aimed at mastering and post-producing voice recordings. The product is designed to convert voice files from any device into studio-quality masters.

Vizrt Unites Portfolio With Full NewTek Integration

To best service its customers, Vizrt and NewTek have been working hard to unify and grow its customer service, support, university, R&D, and product teams.

The Future Of Production: A NetOn.Live Target Focus

With IBC 2023 now in the past, NetOn.Live is moving forward with the distribution of live and remote IP production tools including the latest version of its LiveOS Production Platform, software that enables local, remote, and decentralized live media production through the use of COTS IT servers in a SMPTE 2110 video-over-IP network.