Martin to Step Down from FCC 

Martin said he leaves the office with great pride in the FCC's accomplishments and with deep gratitude for having had an opportunity to serve the American public.

Congress Intros Broadcaster Freedom Act 

The bill would ban the reactivation of the Fairness Doctrine.

Arbitron Settles with NJ and NY Attorneys General 

Arbitron agrees to incorporate specific actions into its continuous improvement program for the Portable People Meter service in the New York and Philadelphia radio markets.

SBE Introduces SBE University 

The first course offered by the SBE University is AM Antenna Modeling.

HD Radio Electronic Program Guide Begins Second Phase 

The project plans an on-air field trial later this year.

CES Shows New HD Radio Receivers 

Ibiquity highlights HD Radio progress and breadth of product offerings.

NPR to Receive Vision Free Award at CES 

Captioned, Braille, and radio reading service radios will serve hearing and visually disabled worldwide.

CRB Accepts Submissions for Radio Humanitarian and Radio Promotion Awards 

The Radio Humanitarian Award is presented to stations in large, medium and small market categories for public service performed between Nov. 1, 2007 and Dec. 31, 2008.

FCC Steps Back from Pivotal Votes on Free Broadband, IBOC Digital Carrier Boost 

The decision to cancel the scheduled Dec. 18 meeting came after Martin's office received a letter co-authored by Sen. John D. Rockefeller and Rep. John Waxman, both Democrats headed for key chairmanships in their respective bodies of Congress.

Save the date: the Internet Media Device Alliance will meet on Jan. 9. 

Save the date: the Internet Media Device Alliance will meet on Jan. 9.

Europe Gets New DRM Service 

The BBC and Deutsche Welle have teamed to launch a digital European radio service using DRM technology.

Report: UK Analog Radio Sunset May Begin in 2017 

The DRWG report, drafted at the request of British telecom officials, sets out three criteria that, once met, would set the transition in motion.

The Top Radio magazine Stories of 2008 

Radio’s most-viewed stories from this past year.

HD Digital Radio Alliance Markets Through Down Economy 

Broadcasters take their own advice and maintain an advertising presence and staying in front of consumers.

RIAA Takes New Tact with Song Piracy 

Instead of going after song pirates, the RIAA wants to work with ISPs to thwart the efforts.

DHS Seeks Input on IPAWS Support 

FEMA is implementing projects to modernize and integrate the existing Emergency Alert System and National Alert and Warning System programs to provide a national-level all-hazards warning system.

CEA: Consumers Want Green Electronics 

One-third of consumers expect to make eco-friendly CE purchases within two years.

House Report Investigates FCC Problems Under Martin 

A bipartisan investigation was begun because of allegations that Martin abused FCC procedures by manipulating or suppressing reports, data and information.

FCC's Martin Pushes Free Internet, With a Catch 

The outgoing commissioner's plan is to auction spectrum with a mandate to set aside part of it for free Internet use.

Appropriate Use of EAS? 

The EAS was activated in Lubbock, TX, to warn residents of a telephone scam phishing for bank account information.

CEA Revises Holiday Forecast 

The forecast actually bears some good financial news.

Ilounge Poll Puts HD Radio on Top for Iphone Features 

IBOC was put ahead of desired features including a larger screen and alternate controllers.

FCC Extends Sat Radio Deadline for Third-party Access 

The Nov. 28, 2008, deadline has passed. The new deadline is Feb. 27, 2009.

IAAIS Develops Accessibility Standards for HD Radios 

The IAAIS wishes to generate early adoption of the standards by many manufacturers so that many different units will be accessible and simple to use for all radio users.

BIA: Radio Revenues to Continue Decline in 2009 

2008 will likely end -7 percent below 2007, and 2009 looks no better.

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