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).

FCC Mandates New Registration Number 

Effective December 3, 2001, new rules will require persons and entities doing business with the FCC to obtain a unique ten-digit FCC Registration Number (FRN).

VLF Test Transmitter Built for NYC Search 

The employees in the World Trade Center were issued security cards to permit access into various parts of the building.

SBE Establishes Trust Fund for 9/11 Tragedy Victims 

SBE Establishes Trust Fund for 9/11 Tragedy Victims

Industry Events Cancelled Due to Events of September 11 

Due to the tragic events that took place the morning of September 11, 2001, in New York City and Washington, DC, several broadcast-industry events have been cancelled or rescheduled.

NY Tragedy Affects Radio Stations 

First report of broadcasters affeected during 9/11.

Broadcasters Experience IBOC Listening Tests 

NAB Radio attendees can explerience IBOC listening tests first-hand.

Tristani To Leave FCC 

FCC Commissioner Gloria Tristani announced that she will leave the Federal Communications Commission on September 7, 2001.

NOAA Gets New Voice 

NOAA evaluated five voices and reviewed 19,000 Internet survey comments from the public in the effort to find the new voice.

SBE National Election Results 2001 

The new Officers and Directors will be inducted into office on September 13 during the Annual Membership Meeting in Verona, NY.

IBiquity Provides Test Data to NRSC 

IBiquity Digital announced that it has supplied its final FM test data to the National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC). This data will be used by the NRSC to evaluate the in-band on-channel (IBOC) system developed by iBiquity as a proposed transmission standard for digital radio in the United States.

Measurecast Weekly Top 25 - 07/30 to 08/05 

Weekly Internet Radio Ratings.

Judge Affirms Web Royalty Ruling 

Judge Berle Schiller, am Eastern Pennsyvania U.S. District Court judge, ruled on August 1 that radio stations simulcasting their signal online must pay royalties to musicians, stressing the legal notion that copyright laws apply to cyberspace.

Sunset on SEDAT 

On July 31, 2010, ABC Radio Networks ended an era when it shut down all DATS/SEDAT transmissions.

CFA Tests in UK Postponed 

UK tests will wait a little longer.

FCC to Hold Open Meeting Nov. 27, 2000 

Items on the agenda of interest to broadcasters include ownership and LPFM.

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