© 2019 Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Attorney Advertising. pillsburylaw.com A Radio Broadcaster’s Guide to License Renewal . The FCC’s radio license renewal cycle is now underway, with the first batch of applications due by June... Read More.
(January 28, 2019) - Decades worth of regulations are being considered for elimination as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) continues Chairman Ajit Pai's housecleaning agenda. According to the January issue of Antenna, Midterm Reports are being considered for the chopping block... Read More.
(November 15, 2018) - The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) has developed a series of coverage guidelines to assist journalists, newsroom managers and station management with both common and uncommon ethical and operational situations which may arise. The guidelines have been prepared by... Read More.
(November 9, 2018) - MANCHESTER, NH - New Hampshire broadcasters produced award-winning coverage of the opioid epidemic, state championship sports, severe weather and fun features focusing on everything from ice fishing to janitors. Television and radio personnel gathered last night to celebrate the best... Read More.
(October 8, 2018) - New Hampshire's radio and television professionals will gather in Manchester on Thursday, November 8 for their annual convention. Two seminars are planned for the afternoon and the highlight of the... Read More.
(September 17, 2018) - The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have postponed this Thursday's national test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) because of the ongoing response to Hurricane... Read More.
(August 31, 2018) - Broadcasters need to be concerned with three items in September - and they all relate to the Emergency Alert System (EAS). 1. Sage Endec certificates (expire Sept. 24) Stations that use... Read More.
(August 22, 2018) - The latest update on communications law and issues is available for NHAB members in the form of Antenna, the monthly newsletter edited by Attorney Scott Flick at Pillsbury law firm. For starters, there are details about the upcoming national test of... Read More.