Also on the agenda for the hearing is the nomination of current FCC commissioner Robert McDowell for another term.
Radio industry revenues dip more than originally expected in 2009.
Program production categories include live to air/pre-recorded live, pre-recorded/edited, post-produced, and public awareness.
The ruling protects low-power FM (LPFM) stations from encroachment by full-power radio stations.
On June 1, 2009, TJ Walker and Jess Todtfeld broke the Guinness World Record for the Most Radio Talk Show Interviews Within a 24 Hour Period.
The NAB has reached its goal of a majority opposition to eliminating the exclusion of the terrestrial radio performance fee.
Robert McDowell's FCC term expired June 1, 2009, but he can stay at the agency until the end of the current Congressional session.
Special room blocks have been made exclusively for NAB Radio Show attendees and exhibitors at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel and Philadelphia Marriott.
The public notice seeks input on the process of possibly granting the power increase among other issues.
The NAB hopes that stations will carry the torch in opposing lifting the exemption they currently enjoy.
The school's founder plans to buy it back.
Rehr announced his resignation on May 6, 2009.
The winners to be announced on June 17 in New York City.
Copps has beat the public interest drum since being appointed to the commission in 2001. His focus in that time has included scrutiny of consolidation of ownership and indecency.
The inquiry focuses on questions raised about the metering service's ability to accurately track minority radio listeners.
Agnieszka Roginska served as the papers chairman of the 123rd AES convention.
This bill will remove the exemption from paying a copyright performance fee on music that terrestrial radio stations currently enjoy.
WKOX and WRCA are among the first stations to be licensed under the new rules.
BIA estimates radio and televisions stations collectively drove approximately $805 million in online dollars in 2008.
David Rehr joined the NAB in July 2005 to succeed former NAB President/CEO Eddie Fritts, who held the post for 23 years.
Marconi Radio awards are presented to stations and personalities exemplifying overall excellence in radio broadcasting.
Introduced by Joe Barton and Cliff Stearns, H.R. 2183 would reform some of the Federal Communications Commission's regulatory processes.
The FCC seeks comments on a petition for expedited rulemaking filed by the American Bird Conservancy, Defenders of Wildlife and the National Audubon Society.
The winning paper, submitted by a student from Finland, examines ear acoustic modeling for headphones.
The company implements steps to reduce its environmental impact, and pledges three $1 million advertising grants to leading environmental organizations.
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