EAS Participant, We are aware of various reported instances of EAS equipment connected to the internet with weak or otherwise inadequate network security and/or unsecure device setting configurations that potentially leave them vulnerable to IP-based attacks. We remind EAS Participants... 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.
(October 20, 2017) - The relaxation of AM engineering rules is the subject of the FCC's Docket 13-249 - and one of the page 1 articles in this month's issue of Antenna. The newsletter is... Read More.
(October 16, 2017) - The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has directed all broadcast and cable licensees to declare their intentions relative to translating Emergency Alert System (EAS) content into languages other than English. On August 15,... Read More.
(UPDATED SEPTEMBER 22, 2017) - FEMA and the FCC have indicated that Wednesday's National EAS Test will proceed unless a major storm is about to make landfall somewhere in the continental U.S. All radio, television... Read More.
(September 26, 2016) - At 2:20 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 virtually every American radio and TV station, and cable television channel, will be briefly interrupted during the second-ever National test of the... Read More.
(September 1, 2016) - What is described as "a powerful new companion to EAS" will be explained in a free webinar on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, from 2-3 p.m. EDT. The Advanced Warning and Response Network... Read More.