Category: July 2017


NAB Files Comments to End Main Studio Rule

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) recently filed comments in support of the FCC’s proposal to eliminate the agency’s main studio rule. The organization asserts that the rule is outdated and unnecessary. It its statement, the NAB wrote: “The rule was designed to facilitate input from the community and station participation in community activities through… read more

FCC Steps Up Enforcement Against Pirate Radio

According to a report by Inside Radio, Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai confirmed that combating pirate radio is a “major priority” for the agency. “We’ll take aggressive action to enforce the rules against pirate radio broadcasters,” Pai wrote in a statement. As part of the FCC’s stepped-up enforcement action the Enforcement Bureau has targeted… read more