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Since I write about radio on pretty much a daily basis, I’m more obsessed with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)’s database than your average citizen would be. Often it’s the first place where a seasoned radio reporter can find breaking … finish reading FCC to Allow Licensees and Consumers to File More Pleadings Online
Over the weekend I was so jealous when various friends mentioned that they were tuning in to the original first hour of MTV. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of MTV’s launch on August 1, 1981; VH1 Classic is in … finish reading Happy 30th Anniversary MTV: “Doing for TV, what FM did for Radio”
It was too good to be true, the loophole that allows a number of low-power TV stations broadcasting on channel 6 to operate as radio stations. According to an order [PDF] released by the FCC July 15, all remaining analog … finish reading Back door “radio” stations on TV channel 6 to go silent in 2015
The National Federation of Community Broadcasters just wrapped up its annual conference this past weekend in St. Paul, MN. The NFCB has been a true anchor in the community radio movement, both supporting individual stations and advocating on their behalf … finish reading FCC Commissioner Clyburn Suggests Channels 5 & 6 for Radio
Last night I checked out the premiere of a new television series on the CW called Life Unexpected, largely because one of the main characters is a radio DJ. Additionally, it’s a teen-centric drama, so right off the bat the … finish reading Radio's Starring Role on New TV Series "Life Unexpected"
I’m one of those geeks who does TiVo searches using “radio” as my key word in order to ensure that I’m not missing an interesting radio-themed pop cultural moment. For some reason this week’s television listings offered up a bounty … finish reading DJs in Peril: Radio Horror on Film
Far outside the view of the general public, the virtual cratediggers of the FCC’s electronic recesses like Matthew and myself are sometimes privy to the little slap-fights that go on between broadcasters. In this case things are getting a little … finish reading Chicago Public Radio Calls Out LPTV Stations Exploiting Backdoor to FM Dial
To some it may seem like I’ve been beating a dead horse over the TV channel 6 on FM issue, but I can’t help but be fascinated with TV broadcasters taking such pains to be on what so many observers … finish reading Schenectady DTV Abruptly Closes Its Backdoor to FM Dial
Last month I wrote about a few legacy analog channel 6 low-power TV stations operating as radio stations, taking advantage of their audio program butting up against the low end of the FM dial. One of the pioneers is New … finish reading Channel 6 Radio Backdoor No More Lucrative than Plain Old Commercial Radio?
Every day I learn something new about radio and today I was really surprised to discover that there’s an entire radio service called BusRadio that is piped in to school buses and reaches a million kids. They tout themselves as … finish reading FCC Taking a Look at BusRadio