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Highlights of news items from the March 2004 issue.
Royalties Set by Copyright Office
The U.S. Copyright Office has published the long-awaited royalty rates for Web music broadcasts, bringing to the year-long process to an end.
Reports LPFM Interference Findings to Congress
The FCC report looks to relax the third-adjacent spacing rules.
Code Knows Where It's @
To keep up with the electronic times, the ITU has added "@" to International Morse Code.
Proposes Rules For Broadband Over Power Lines
The FCC has proposed changes to certain technical rules with the intent of fostering broadband deployment by permitting the use of broadband over power lines (BPL).
Celebrates 40 Years
What started as a gathering of about 100 broadcast engineers at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago during the 1964 NAB Convention, has grown to more than 5,500 members in 107 chapters today.
Announces Engineering Achievement Winners
Glynn Walden and Ira Goldstone will be honored at the Technology Luncheon, Wednesday, April 21 at NAB2004 in Las Vegas.
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