The FCC's second public hearing on media ownership issues will be held in Nashville, TN, on Dec. 11, 2006.
As part of the companies' joint effort to develop an electronic ratings survey system, the Media Audio and Ipsos are planning to conduct a market trial in Houston.
The FCC seeks comment on whether scientific evidence supports such a requirement and, if so, how it should be implemented. The FCC also seeks comment on other measures that might be considered with regard to the effects of towers on migratory birds.
According to an article on the Broadcast Engineering magazine website, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, developer of the Internet’s World Wide Web, is concerned about his invention being misused.
The FCC adopted a report and order that sets rules to revise and improve the FM Table of Allotments and AM community of license modification procedures.
According to a story on the Baltimore Sun's website, National Public Radio (NPR) has asked the FCC to recall the FM modulators that consumers use in their cars to receive satellite radio and play Ipods.
Bob Katz, the inventor, author, mastering engineer and president of Digital Domain, has been awarded a patent
Arbitron has revised its Portable People Meter (PPM) roll-out timetable in an effort to deploy the service quicker to the Top 50 markets
WIYY-FM 97.9 (98 Rock) in Baltimore carries the official distinction of being the 1,000th station to broadcast with HD Radio technology.
New Hampshire Public Radio signed on the air 25 years ago.
HR 4954, the SAFE Port Act, included elements of HR 5785, the Warning, Alert and Response Network Act (WARN). The SAFE Port Act has been modified so that it does not create a national alert system, but rather, it discusses the role that cell phones play in distributing public warnings.
The FCC launched the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau in an order released on Sept. 25. The commission cites the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and the hurricanes of 2005 as reasons for the action.
The FCC has released further details of its previously announced Los Angeles field hearing regarding media ownership. The hearings will be divided into two sessions held in two locations on Oct. 3, 2006.
The 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show will hold more than 175 conference sessions designed to help educate attendees on the latest consumer electronics industry trends.
The FCC issued a Public Notice announcing a new FM Auction to be held on March 7, 2007. Designated Auction No. 70, this auction will offer 124 construction permits for new FM allotments.
Honoring and learning from the past is a long-standing AES tradition. The 121st Convention, scheduled for Oct. 5 to Oct. 8 in the San Francisco Moscone Center, will provide many opportunities of these pursuits.
The Senate adopted a wireless emergency alert system as part of a larger comprehensive port security bill it is debating. The Senate included language from a Commerce Committee approved bill to establish the Warning, Alert and Response Network (WARN).
Events planned for the Audio Engineering Society 121st Convention, will cover a broad spectrum of emerging and long-standing issues that continue to challenge broadcast professionals.
The FCC will hold the first public hearing on media ownership issues in Los Angeles on Oct. 3, 2006.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is considering a new treaty that would grant broadcasters a new 50-year property right over the content of broadcasts, regardless of whether the broadcasters own the content they are transmitting.
FCC Commissioner Robert M. McDowell has named his permanent staff to support him during his term.
Tascam has appointed Paul Jenkins to the position of national sales manager.
The latest DRM-capable, multi-standard consumer products will arrive at the DRM booth at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam.
A convenient color-code chart to determine a resistor's value.
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