WASHINGTON, July 11, 2016 – The Federal Communications Commission today updated its rules so that Americans can receive more specific – and potentially life-saving – warnings through the Emergency Alert System (EAS) before extreme weather... Read More.
The lowest unit rate rule for political advertising goes into effect for New Hampshire stations on July 30, 2016. That is just one of the articles (p.5) of interest in the July issue of Pillsbury Antenna newsletter written by communications attorney Scott Flick. You'll also learn... Read More.
(June 22, 2016) Last year the FCC issued its Sixth Report & Order (EB Docket No. 04-296) pertaining to new requirements for the Emergency Alert System. Some of the implementation deadlines have already passed but... Read More.
On June 2, 2016 Attorney David Oxenford conducted a webinar entitled "Online Public File for Radio - Reviewing Your Obligations." The webinar was free to NHAB members. If you were unable to participate, you can view Oxenford's slides here.
The Pack Monadnock NOAA Weather Radio transmitter will go off the air Monday, June 6 for FAA contractors to perform asbestos remediation at the site. The current plan is for the transmitter to be down for... Read More.
WASHINGTON, May 25, 2016 - The Federal Communications Commission has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (16-62) concerning changes to Public File rules. Currently the rules currently require: (1) commercial television and radio broadcast stations to retain, and make available to the public, copies... Read More.
Nominations are open for the National Radio Hall of Fame. The 24 nominations in six categories were determined by the organization’s nominating committee. Four of those categories will be voted on... Read More.