The NAB has filed reply comments to the FCC in connection to the assessment and collection of regulatory fees for FY 2021 by stating that the Commission “must recognize that it is patently unfair to require broadcasters to absorb significant fee increases year after year to not only pay for the costs of regulating broadcasters but also for Commission activities that are primarily for the benefit of other entities in the telecommunications ecosystem.”
Those “other entities,” as the NAB sees it, are the ones that directly benefit from the Commission’s broadband activities.
SAY GOODBYE TO GORDON SMITH NEXT WEEK AT FORECAST 2022.
As Gordon Smith exits his role at year’s end as NAB CEO and Curtis LeGeyt prepares to take the helm, what is the state of the broadcast industry from the Beltway view? Steve Newberry, who worked closely with both executives during his own tenure at the NAB, sits down with Smith and LeGeyt in an exclusive Forecast 2022 session covering legal, regulatory, and legislative initiatives under the former Oregon senator’s leadership that have impacted the broadcast industry.
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