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Los Angeles Fires Approach Mt. Wilson Transmitter Site

A tower camera at the Mt. Wilson Observatory shows the flames approaching.

12

SBE Introduces SBE University

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

11

House Moves on Local Radio Freedom Act

The Local Radio Freedom Act resolution was introduced by Reps. Gene Green (D-TX) and Mike Conaway R-TX).

10

Rehr Resigns as NAB President and CEO

David Rehr joined the NAB in July 2005 to succeed former NAB President/CEO Eddie Fritts, who held the post for 23 years.

9

Work to Restore On-Air Signal Begins after WSPA-TV Tower Collapse

A trail has been bulldozed to the site and heavy construction equipment is in transit to the location so work can begin.

8

State Broadcast Associations Appeal KWVE EAS Fine to FCC

The groups plead that the error was unintentional and the fine does not serve the public interest.

7

CSB School of Broadcasting Ceases Operations

All 26 campuses are affected. While the school was facing challenges in the student loan market, the closure was forced by the school's lender, National City/PNC Bank.

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