The NHAB urges you to give serious consideration to participating in important FCC-sponsored webinars to be conducted Wednesday through Friday of this week on the subject of the Broadcast Television Incentive Auction. The following information was provided by the Commission.
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One of the top issues in front of television broadcasters in early 2014 is, essentially, a satellite television issue. STELA (Satellite Television Expansion and Localism Act) is a bill that allows for satellite television companies to provide distant broadcast signals, which in the late... Read More.
While radio and television broadcasters fend off a performance royalty, drastic changes to retransmission consent negotiations and advertising tax deduction changes in the halls of Congress, the Federal Communications Commission is proving to be equally challenging. The voluntary television spectrum auctions looms in 2015 but... Read More.
From State EAS Chairman Ed Brouder: [Some] stations did not receive the FEMA weekly test of the Emergency Alert System on Monday. Upon checking, FEMA discovered a problem unique to users of the... Read More.
The following advisory from Pillsbury law references the December 1, 2013 deadline for all non-exempt radio and television stations in New Hampshire. If you have any questions regarding your filing, you can call the NHAB’s Federal... Read More.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, along with 46 other State Broadcasters Associations, joined in filing with the FCC an ex parte letter in continuing opposition to the requirement that television stations post their political... Read More.
National Association of Broadcasters President and CEO Gordon Smith released a statement yesterday regarding Representative Anna Eschoo's (D-CA) draft bill on retransmission consent rules titled "The Video CHOICE (Consumers Have Options in Choosing Entertainment)... Read More.