What Happens in Vegas in April…We’ll Tell You About in May

By | CommLawBlog | April 20, 2017
MTC logoRegular readers of our “Memorandum to Clients” publication are an astute and well-read bunch (probably because they read the “MTC”). So we’re guessing that  you are generally aware of our usual publication schedule and plan your lives accordingly.  That’s why we want to get ahead of any potential concern this month by telling you that our May edition will be coming out a few days late. View Full Post
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Tomorrow’s Broadcast Leaders: Their Future’s So Bright, They Wear Shades

By | CommLawBlog | March 27, 2017
20170324_192622_001FHH Profs Montero and Kirkpatrick show up-and-comers the ropes. Another class of the brightest and the best is working its way through the Broadcast Leadership Training Program, and FHH is there to help. The BLT is a 10-month Executive MBA-style program created by the National Association of Broadcasters Education Fund (NABEF) to provide rising executives the specific knowledge and skills they’ll need when it comes time for them to assess, buy, own and operate radio and television stations. View Full Post
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Effective Date Announced for Relaxed FM Translator Siting Rules

By | CommLawBlog | March 16, 2017
The last “T” has been crossed and the last “I” dotted in the FCC’s proceeding to adopt new rules relaxing siting requirements for FM translators seeking to rebroadcast AM stations. In a Federal Register notice, the FCC announced that the Office of Management and Budget has approved the information collection requirements associated with the Commission’s Second Report and Order in Revitalization of the AM Radio Service. View Full Post
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