FCC Seeks Comments on NRSC IBOC Report 

NWS Adds New County in Colorado 

Broomfield County was established in Colorado in November 2001.

Public Inspection File Waiver to Expire 

The 60-day public inspection file waiver will expire on December 24, 2001.

FCC Takes Another Try at EEO Rules 

This is the FCC's third attempt at creating EEO rules.

Conference Draws Momentum For National Warning Organization 

The conference was hosted by The Mitre Corporation in McLean, VA. Mitre is a not-for-profit national technology resource that provides systems engineering, research and development, and information technology support to the government.

Third Annual Collegiate Broadcasters Convention a Success 

Convention in late October garners cheers from many sides.

NRSC Endorses IBiquity's FM IBOC 

The NRSC's recommendation to the FCC is the result of a comprehensive test program devised and executed by the committee to determine the viability of iBiquity's FM IBOC technology and its ability to smoothly transition analog radio to digital.

SBE Relief Fund Disburses Funds 

By October 31, each of the immediate families of the six broadcast engineers lost at the World Trade Center received a check for $5,000.

Adelstein Recommended for FCC Seat 

The FCC currently has one open commissioner's seat, which was held by Gloria Tristani.

SBE Plans for its Future 

The Society of Broadcast Engineers will conduct a special strategic planning session on Saturday, January 12, 2001, in Indianapolis.

2001 AES Convention Features Event on DAB in the US 

The event will take place on Saturday, December 1, 2001, at 9 a.m.

FCC Launches Examination of Multiple Ownership Rules 

The FCC commenced a comprehensive examination of its rules and policies concerning multiple ownership of radio stations in local markets.

FCC Grants NAB's Request for Public File Waiver 

National Association of Broadcasters requested a temporary waiver of public inspection file requirements because of the events involving the spread of Anthrax.

RTNDA Asks White House To Lift Ban on News Helicopters 

The ban on news and traffic helicopters still in place in 30 cities following 9/11.

CEA Elects 2002 Executive Board and Board of Directors 

The volunteer leaders were elected during CEA's annual product division and Board of Directors meetings held in Palm Springs, California the week of October 15, 2001.

FCC Changes Paper Filing Procedures 

In light of the events involving the spread of Anthrax bacteria, the Federal Communications Commission has announced several changes in how it will accept hand-delivered documents.

FCC's Mass Media Bureau Going Out 

The Mass Media Bureau, which currently handles all radio and television matters, will be merged into the Cable Services Bureau, which currently handles all cable matters, to form a new Media Bureau.

WTC Victim Search Successful Using Broadcast Electronics Transmitters 

A modified 1kW AM transmitter, operating in the very low frequency (VLF) band, is being used to search for trapped victims at the WTC.

RTNDA Working With the FAA 

The meeting with FAA chief counsel David Leitch and other FAA officials was the first direct discussion of the government ban on news helicopters that has been in effect since the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York City and the Pentagon.

Measurecast Weekly Top 25 - 09/17 to 09/23 

Weekly Internet Radio Ratings.

Digital Radio 2001 Conference Scheduled 

Digital Radio 2001 will cover a variety of subjects, encompassing technological, strategic and infrastructure issues.

PiRod Offers Preview of TIA Tower Standard 

While shedding light on the imminent changes, the new 12 page booklet also offers an explanation on how those changes will generally affect tower design.

Industry Events Rescheduled 

Several broadcast industry events were cancelled or postponed following the news of the events on September 11, 2001.

FCC Adopts Software Radio Rule Changes 

Under the new rules, software modifications in a software defined radio can be made through a "permissive change," which has a streamlined filing process.

FCC Suspends Routine EAS Testing 

In connection with the recent terrorist attacks, and in order to avoid potential public confusion or fear, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), has requested that broadcast stations suspend their routine weekly and monthly tests of the Emergency Alert System (EAS).

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