FCC Seeks Informal Comments on CAP 

The FCC wants to know how Part 11 of its rules on EAS should be modified to work with the Common Alerting Protocol once it is implemented.

Senate Bill S.2881 Clears Senate Committee  

The Senate Committee on Science, Commerce and Transportation added elements of S.3042 to authorize a study by the National Academy of Sciences on the technical policy decisions and technical personnel at the Federal Communications Commission.

Haiti's Signal FM Radio to be Honored at NABEF Service to America Awards  

The Haitian station stayed on the air after the earthquake in January 2010 to provide information to the area.

NBC Sports to be Inducted into NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame  

NBC Chairman Dick Ebersol will accept the award on the network's behalf.

Court Lifts Media Cross-Ownership Ban 

Cross-ownership of broadcast stations and newspapers in the top 20 markets is now allowed. The court ruling also sets a date of May 17, 2010, for briefing to begin on the issue.

BIA/Kelsey: Radio Revenues to Rise through 2014  

After bottoming out in 2009, radio revenues are expected to see a steady increase through 2014.

Kantar Media: U.S. Advertising Expenditures Declined 12.3 Percent in 2009 

Radio took the biggest hit of all media outlets in 2009.

SBE Events at the 2010 NAB Show 

In addition to co-producing the Broadcast Engineering Conference, the SBE will hold several meetings during the convention.

Arbitron Expands Radio Advisory Council 

The newly added positions for additional representatives have been filled.

2010 EAS Summit Reveals Encouraging Progress on EAS Transition to CAP 

At the end of the 180-day period when all EAS Participants must have CAP equipment installed, FEMA will have the capability to provide CAP alerts to all broadcasters and cable operators.

FCC Chairman Genachowski to Speak at 2010 NAB Show 

The FCC leader will speak on April 13 at 9 a.m.

FCC Sends National Broadband Plan to Congress 

The plan details actions for connecting consumers with modern technology and access to a robust, affordable Internet.

2010 NAB Crystal Radio Awards Finalists Announced  

Since 1987, the NAB Crystal Radio Awards have recognized radio stations for their outstanding year-round commitment to community service.

Shelly Palmer To Keynote 2010 NAB Show Technology Luncheon  

Palmer will discuss the sociological and technological forces that are reshaping the future of traditional media.

FCC to Hold Technical Panel on 700MHz Public Safety Broadband Network  

The meeting will be held on March 17 and include discussions about technical standards to ensure interoperability.

McNerney introduces House Companion Bill to S.2881 

Jerry McNerney of California introduced the legislation, which was promoted by the SBE.

Michigan Engineers Honored With MAB Carl E. Lee Broadcast Engineering Excellence Award  

Ed Trombley and John Grover receive the honors.

AWRT Becomes AWM: Alliance for Women in Media  

The new name was selected to reflect the changes in the industry and marketplace and resonate with the makeup of the organization's membership.

HD Radio EPG Project Releases Phase 2 Final Report  

The report says that an EPG is a viable option for radio broadcasters in the United States.

NWS to Test HazCollect on March 9, 2010 

The test message will use the event code ADR.

129th AES Accepting Papers for Broadcast Sessions  

The broadcast and streaming sessions are part of the overall professional audio program.

2010 APRE Engineering Awards Nomination Extended 

The deadline to nominate a public radio engineer for the award has been extended to March 8, 2010.

FCC Looks to Revise Ex Parte Rules 

As part of its own procedural review, the FCC seeks to improve the transparency and effectiveness of its decision-making process.

FCC Extends EAS Reply Comment Date 

An additional two weeks have been granted to file comments and reply comments on EB Docket No. 04-296.

AWRT Announces 35th Gracie Award Local Market, Public and Student Winners  

The Gracies recognize exemplary programming created for women, by women and about women in all facets of electronic media.

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