Supported by the NAB, the move would prohibit the FCC from spending any money to enforce or administer its new disclosure regulations
The NAB is challenging the constitutionality of new FCC rules requiring local TV stations to put information about political advertising online
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski tells the NAB gathering that TV stations that aggressively pursue digital initiatives are reaping dividends
The NAB says the regulations prevent broadcasters from having the financial means to produce higher quality news
The Senate Majority Leader says selling rights could generate $15 billion
Split in battle with Congress over number of owner-and-operated stations they should be allowed
However, “If you’re asking people to pay a premium price, you better deliver,” he says
Making "Zombieland": How a small(ish) budget can put the "creative" in creative types
CEO of the association warns against government intervention in spectrum, retransmission fees negotiations
He'll talk about the rush to convert 2D into 3D in just-added speech
Advocates for record companies praise move granting radio airplay royalties.
Broadcasting organization ousted David Rehr earlier this year.
David K. Rehr is out as president-CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters. And while some are saying privately that it’s a case of the...