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Washington Issues for TV Broadcasters – Where Things Stand at the FCC

Posted in Digital Television, Incentive Auctions/Broadband Report, Political Broadcasting, Television
There is never a shortage of Washington issues for broadcasters to consider, and the rapid pace of change since the new administration took over in January has made it even more difficult to track where all the issues stand. While we try on this Blog to write about many of the DC issues for broadcasters,… Continue Reading

Washington Issues for TV Broadcasters – Where Things Stand at the FCC

Posted in Digital Television, Incentive Auctions/Broadband Report, Television
There is a new FCC under the leadership of Chairman Ajit Pai, which now has to deal with the many legal issues facing broadcasters. While we try on this Blog to keep on top of these issues, we can’t always address everything that is happening. But we try to hit the highlights. Each quarter, my… Continue Reading

Our Quarterly Review of the Legal and Regulatory Issues Facing TV Broadcasters

Posted in Digital Television, General FCC, Incentive Auctions/Broadband Report, Low Power Television/Class A TV, Multiple Ownership Rules, Programming Regulations, Public Interest Obligations/Localism, Television
Each quarter, my partner David O’Connor and I update a list of the legal and regulatory issues facing TV broadcasters. That list of issues is published by TVNewsCheck and is available on their website, here. Our latest update was published today, and provides a summary of the status of legal and regulatory issues ranging from… Continue Reading