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Media King Bosses Up With New Opportunities for Communities in Need

William King, Jr. epitomizes the modern definition of a Renaissance Man.  The former airmen in the U.S. Air Force and corrections officer turned community...

As the Records Spin: Changing the Tune of Performance Royalty Legislation

I love radio and have fond memories of my college DJ days when we used these really neat things called records to play songs. ...

When the TV Goes Black

How a dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable Affects You Millions of subscribers are going without news programming and favorite shows like Under the Dome or...

Radio – Serving the Masses For Generations Past, Present….and Future?

Tennessee Representative Joe Armstrong is encouraging support for The Local Radio Freedom Act  With the latest introduction of legislation designed to give musicians and recording...

Will Aereo Expand the Potential of Spectrum? Atlanta Will Find Out

Last Tuesday, Aereo founder and chief executive officer  Chaitanya “Chet” Kanojia told Bloomberg West host Emily Chang that Aereo is the beginning of broadcast...

STELA Should Address Consumer Interests and Local Needs

Throughout the Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing held on February 13, satellite, broadcast and entertainment legal leaders told Congressional Committee members to make sure...

Spectrum Lemonade, Anyone?

We need to find ways to take the spectrum that is currently available and distribute and use it in the most effective way possible.

Clear Channel’s API Opens Doors for Web Developers

Clear Channel Media and Entertainment – formerly Clear Channel Radio– announced on Jan. 10  that its application programming interface (API) and affiliate program for...

Broadcast Advertising Nondiscrimination: A Victory for Civil Rights at the FCC

Last month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a modest two-page Enforcement Advisory to remind broadcasters that they must certify in broadcast applications that their advertising contracts do not discriminate.

FCC Issues Findings on Barriers to Minority Media Entry

The Federal Communications Commission yesterday released its section 257 triennial report on market entry barriers in the media.