NAB Releases FCC Rules & Policies Handbook


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Washington - Mar 26, 2007 - NAB radio members will soon receive an updated copy of the publication entitled FCC Rules & Policies for Radio. This handbook covers many aspects of radio operations from contests and promotions to public files and station logs. The handbook's goal is to help stations avoid inadvertent rule violations. This is the fourth edition of the handbook.

Handbook Topics
Alcohol AdvertisingBroadcasts of Telephone Conversations
Contests and PromotionsDefamation: Libel and Slander
Drug LyricsEmergency Alert System
Hoax BroadcastsInvasion of Privacy
Lotteries and CasinosMechanical Reproduction Announcements
Obscene or Indecent MaterialOperator Licenses
Off-the-Air/OutagesPayloa and Plugola
Point-to-Point CommunicationsPolitical Editorial Rule and Personal Attack Rule
Public Inspection FileQuarterly Issues-Programs List
RF Radiation Regulation ComplianceSponsorship Identification
Station Identification AnnouncementsStation Licenses
Station LogsTobacco Advertising
Tower Lighting, Painting and Marking

NAB members can contact the NAB's radio office at 800-455-5394 to request additional copies.




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