Section 17.47 of the FCC’s tower lighting and marking rules has two straight-forward requirements. One of those two provides that tower owners must inspect their tower(s) once every three months.
I was a recent guest on the Content Marketing Podcast with Resonance Content Marketing’s Rachel Parker. It is always entertaining and refreshing to visit with the people in the trenches and find out what is on their mind. We covered privacy, intellectual property, employee relations, and much more. You should listen to the whole thing, but the interview starts at 6:56.
Marketers Predict Trends to Watch in 2014: Insights from Brown Shoe Company’s Chief Marketing Officer, Will Smith
Concluding the three part prediction series, I turn to Will Smith, Brown Shoe Company’s Chief Marketing Officer, to get his thoughts on what 2014 holds for the retail industry.
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit noted CNN’s “protected right to report the news” in reversing a lower court decision that allowed a lawsuit involving CNN’s decision not to caption certain online video to move forward.
We will first tell you what you need to do if you are engaged in native advertising and wish to avoid coming within the busy lens of the NAD monitoring program.
In an effort to coordinate their potentially overlapping mandates, the three agencies charged with enforcement of Canada’s new anti-spam law have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) dealing with cooperation and sharing of information among the agencies.
On February 3, the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) unveiled their anticipated announcement regarding connected vehicle technology.
The next wave of IP Captioning benchmarks begins next month for a limited universe of video programming. After March 30, 2014, what is known as “archival programming” must be captioned online within 45 days of airing on television with captions.
Commissioner of Competition Makes Submissions to CRTC Regarding Wholesale Wireless Roaming Arrangements
On January 29, the Commissioner of Competition made submissions to the CRTC in connection with the its ongoing public proceeding examining whether incumbent wireless carriers are unjustly discriminating, or demonstrating undue preference, with respect to wholesale mobile wireless roaming arrangements.