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Tag Archives: NPR
An interesting filing from NPR to the Federal Communications Commission concerning the impending wave of incentive auctions planned to “reassign” television broadcaster spectrum, ultimately for wireless broadband use. NPR reminds the Commission that a lot of the television towers that … finish reading NPR to FCC: TV spectrum auctions affect radio too
The revolving door at the top office of National Public Radio keeps spinning. Tuesday current CEO Gary Knell announced that he is resigning this fall to take over the much-bigger National Geographic, for about twice as much salary. Knell has … finish reading NPR’s CEO door keeps revolving as Knell resigns
No doubt that just about everybody who cares about public radio spent the weekend debating NPR Ombudsman Edward Schumacher-Matos’ massive takedown of NPR’s award winning feature: Native Foster Care: Lost Children, Shattered Families. Schumacher-Matos concludes that the piece on South … finish reading NPR fact checker cites “five sins” in native foster care story
NPR ran a piece on Saturday about the impending wave of Low Power FM radio stations. The Weekend Edition story was about what you’d expect—a nice folks-helping-folks profile of a Germantown, Philadelphia Internet signal that hopes to get a LPFM license … finish reading NPR, foe of expanded Low Power FM, celebrates its revival
Here is an excerpt from Boston NPR News Station WBUR, responding to the Federal Communications Commission’s request for feedback on its indecency rules. The station supports NPR’s position that the rules should be enforced only in “egregious” cases”: “Sometimes WBUR’s … finish reading Boston NPR station on FCC indecency rules: don’t punish us for emergency coverage
The Radio and Internet Newsletter covers Triton Digital’s online radio listening metrics for May, noting that growth is flat, in keeping with an expected “summer slow-down.” Pandora continues to lead the market by a wide margin, with more than 1.4 … finish reading Internet and satellite audience numbers indicate that people still love radio
Broadcasters are filing comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s request for feedback on the agency’s indecency rules, key portions of which were struck down by the Supreme Court last year. NPR’s comments support replacing the FCC’s now defunct “fleeting expletive” … finish reading NPR pushes FCC for “egregious cases” indecency standard
In March we told you about the SHIELD Act which was introduced into Congress to help reform patent laws, particularly targeting patent owners who are “non-practicing,” meaning that they aren’t actually making use of their patents. One such “non-practicing” patent … finish reading The podcast patent troll speaks (to Planet Money)
Here we are in the middle of the Holiday season, and here’s some of the stuff coming through my RSS reader: WFMU Manager Ken Freedman has released his favorite gifs of the year image map. Looks like you have to … finish reading Weird but good holiday radio stuff
Next October future community broadcasters will be able to apply for more new low-power stations than ever before. On Tuesday the FCC released the text of its 6th report and order on the implementation of the Local Community Radio Act … finish reading FCC’s LPFM order will make 2013 a good year for community radio