NAB Releases FCC Rules & Policies Handbook
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.
|Alcohol Advertising||Broadcasts of Telephone Conversations|
|Contests and Promotions||Defamation: Libel and Slander|
|Drug Lyrics||Emergency Alert System|
|Hoax Broadcasts||Invasion of Privacy|
|Lotteries and Casinos||Mechanical Reproduction Announcements|
|Obscene or Indecent Material||Operator Licenses|
|Off-the-Air/Outages||Payloa and Plugola|
|Point-to-Point Communications||Political Editorial Rule and Personal Attack Rule|
|Public Inspection File||Quarterly Issues-Programs List|
|RF Radiation Regulation Compliance||Sponsorship Identification|
|Station Identification Announcements||Station Licenses|
|Station Logs||Tobacco 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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