Earlier this week, Bills and Jets fans (and at least one Packer fan) rejoiced as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated the NFL’s four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady based on a finding that Brady had participated in a scheme to deflate footballs and attempted to cover it up.
Copyright Royalty Board Webcasting Royalty Decision Published in the Federal Register – Appeals Due in 30 Days
The Copyright Royalty Board Decision on the royalty rates to be paid for the public performance of sound recordings by Internet radio companies – webcasting royalties – was published in the Federal Register today.
Hungry to prevent more companies from selling allegedly bogus weight loss products, the FTC has settled yet another false advertising suit against various sellers of diet pills, in a case similar to February’s Sale Slash settlement blogged about here.
ATSC-designed transmission system promises lots of upside, minimal downside – as long as the FCC and marketplace cooperate.
It’s crunch time – so everybody looking to participate in the Incentive Auction should pay close attention.
This morning, the FCC announced that the initial clearing target for the reverse auction will be 126 MHz, which at the high end of expected clearing targets.
After taking more than a year to issue its notice of proposed rulemaking regarding broadband Internet privacy, today the FCC denied requests from multiple parties for extensions of time to file comments.
If you watched the first round of the NFL Draft, the big story was the sliding of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil out of the top five to number 13. As the draft was unfolding, someone released a video of him smoking marijuana through a gas mask.
While football teams and fans across the country are gearing up for this weekend’s NFL draft, the Washington Redskins will be preparing for another potential showdown—this one at the Supreme Court.
126 MHz Incentive Auction Clearing Target Set – Reverse Auction for TV Stations to Bid to Surrender Their Spectrum to Wireless Users to Begin May 31
This morning, the FCC released a Public Notice, announcing that the spectrum clearing target for the initial stage of the Incentive Auction will be 126 MHz.