March 2, 2020 – Does you radio station know the rules when it comes to airing live versus pre-recorded programming? A California station was reminded the hard way after airing a recorded program without informing listeners that it wasn’t live. That’s the headline story in the February issue of Antenna newsletter from communications Attorney Scott R. Flick at the Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman law firm.
The issue includes an article on $1.3 million in FCC fines issue for tower violations.
Thanks to a new law passed by Congress and signed by President Trump, pirate operators face daily fines of up to $100,000 for operating without a license.
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