Librarian of Congress Rejects CARP Webcasting Rates and Terms 

The Librarian's final determination on rates and terms will be due on June 20, 2002

Steely Joins Ibiquity's Broadcaster Advisory Board 

The board, made up of various members of the radio broadcast community

FCC Seeks AM IBOC Comments 

In the NPRM, the Commission stated its policy goals for a new terrestrial digital audio broadcasting service, and sought comment on terrestrial in-band, on-channel AM and FM systems.

Unattended Operation - FAQ 

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Unattended Operation - FAQ 

The FCC's guide to unattended station operations.

New Location for EAS Meeting at NAB2002 

The April 9 SBE-EAS Meeting at NAB2002 has been moved from the Las Vegas Hilton to the Las Vegas Convention Center Room N232.

NRSC Endorses AM IBOC for Daytime Only 

The committee's results show that AM IBOC during the day yields performance comparable to that of FM IBOC.

CEA Supports FM IBOC 

The CEA stated in its FCC comments that the adoption of a single technical standard is crucial if FM IBOC DAB technology is to be as successful and ubiquitous in the marketplace as analog FM technology.

Six More Stations Join Arbitron's PPM Trial 

WAEB-FM, WCTO-FM, WKXW-FM, WLEV-FM, WRFY-FM and WZZO-FM have joined the 38 Philadelphia-area radio stations that have already been participating in the PPM trial during 2001.

2002 NAB Crystal Radio Awards Finalists Announced 

The finalists were selected by a panel of judges representing broadcasting, community service organizations and public relations firms.

Wiley to Receive NAB Distinguished Service Award 

Richard E. Wiley, senior partner at Wiley, Rein and Fielding, has been selected to receive the 2002 Distinguished Service Award presented by the National Association of Broadcasters.

Guide to FCC Rules for Public Radio Now Online 

The guide, scheduled for online release on April 8, 2002, will be available at at a cost of $45.

FCC Seeks Comments on NCE License Allocations 

Interested parties may file comments on or before April 15, 2002, and reply comments on or before May 15, 2002.

FCC Amends EAS, Includes Amber Info 

The Commission adopted several new EAS event and location codes (FIPS codes).

Streaming Will Cost You 

Radio stations will also have to pay 9% of those total fees for what is called an Ephemeral License.

NAB Announces 2002 Enginering Achievement Awards 

Paul C. Schafer receives the radio award, and Bernard J. Lechner receives the TV award.

D.C. Court of Appeals Hands Down Decisions on Pirate Stations 

Two appellant cases regarding pirate radio and those who operate unlicensed LPFM stations have received rulings.

FCC Extends Multiple-Ownership Comments Date 

In requesting the extension, the petitioners cited the need for additional time to conduct and incorporate into their comments empirical studies about specific local radio markets.

FCC Approves Reorganization Portion of Reform Effort 

The National Treasury Employees Union Local 209 has approved the reorganization.

Ibiquity Identifies Initial IBOC Rollout Markets 

Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Seattle have been identified as initial target markets for the commercial launch of IBOC digital radio technology.

RTNDA Convention Moves to NAB2002 

RTNDA@NAB will take place April 8 to 10, 2002, at the Las Vegas Hilton.

Ibiquity Submits AM Results to NRSC 

The results confirm that the AM IBOC (In-Band On-Channel) system will deliver FM-like sound quality while preserving the integrity of the current analog AM broadcasting system.

TDGA 2001 Salary Survey Shows 11.4% Increase 

The median income for all office personnel, dealing with program logs and/or billing procedures was calculated at $29,756.87.

FCC's Abernathy Adds Public Interest 

Commissioner Abernathy describes the Web page as a feature that will focus focus on one public interest issue to raise awareness outside the Beltway and highlight the Commission's role and her own views on the issue.

WTC Funds to Assist Broadcasters 

An $8.2 million appropriation has been set aside to rebuild the lost transmitter facility.

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