Exactly three months after its adoption, the FCC’s Report and Order (R&O) setting the preliminary ground rules to cover the ambitious incentive auction and repacking of the TV band has now been published in the Federal Register.
The NHL’s illustrious New York Islanders: winners of four consecutive Stanley Cups in the early 1980s. Coached by the immortal Al Arbour and propelled by five future Hockey Hall of Famers, the Isles and their fans in Nassau and Suffolk Counties enjoyed one of the greatest runs in hockey history.
Last week, Facebook, Inc. (“Facebook”) announced a major upcoming change, effective November 5, 2014, to its Platform Policies that will affect the vast majority of promotions run on the platform.
New Conditions On Mattoon Waivers for FM Translators Used for AM Stations – Mandatory Rebroadcast of AM On the Translator for 4 Years
It’s come to our attention that the FCC’s Media Bureau has recently been granting applications for changes in the transmitter sites of FM translators to be used for AM stations with conditions on the subsequent use of that translator.
We are pleased to present this inaugural post of the Digital Marketing Minute. Each week will provide a short post on some news in the digital marketing world. This week’s post is about a change on Facebook’s platform that affect how marketers conduct promotions.
On Friday, August 8, 2014, the Northern District of California determined that the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA’s) rules banning student-athletes for being compensated for the use of their names, images and likenesses violated antitrust laws.
The FCC recently announced that it will be hosting a series of Open Internet Roundtables to discuss how the Commission should approach protecting and promoting Internet openness.
This past Tuesday, student athletes who will be directly affected by the now-famous O’Bannon case out of California have asked the presiding judge to specify that the decision will apply to both current and incoming students when an injunction barring the NCAA from prohibiting student athlete compensation kicks in next year.
Michael Kors, Costco Settle “Bait and Switch” Mother’s Day Ad Dispute; Raises Question of Best Brand Policing Strategy
Michael Kors, LLC and Costco Wholesale Corp. recently settled a trademark infringement lawsuit that the famous fashion designer company filed against the warehouse giant over a nationwide “bait and switch” ad campaign for Mother’s Day.
When UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon saw his avatar used in an NCAA-branded video game for which he received no compensation, he decided to take action, and agreed to serve as lead plaintiff in a class action challenging NCAA rules prohibiting student-athletes from receiving a share of revenues earned from use of their names, images and likenesses.