Lifewatch Claims FTC “Manipulating” Unreliable Consumer Complaint Data in Preliminary Injunction Fight

Lifewatch Claims FTC “Manipulating” Unreliable Consumer Complaint Data in Preliminary Injunction Fight

There’s an interesting little fight going on in a Telemarketing Sales Rule (“TSR”) case brought by the Federal Trade Commission and the Florida Attorney General in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois that is flying a bit under the radar. 

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FCC Announces That All Quarterly Children’s Television Reports Need to Be Filed in New LMS Filing System Starting March 31 – and That Stations Need to Make Sure That These Reports Reach the Online Public File by April 10

By | Broadcast Law Blog | February 10, 2016
FCC Announces That All Quarterly Children’s Television Reports Need to Be Filed in New LMS Filing System Starting March 31 – and That Stations Need to Make Sure That These Reports Reach the Online Public File by April 10

In a Public Notice released yesterday, the FCC announced that all Form 398 Annual Children’s Television Programming Reports, which report on the amount of educational and informational programming directed to children was broadcast by any TV station in the prior quarter, need to be filed in the FCC’s new Licensing and Management System (LMS).

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