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Nexstar has agreed to sell 7 stations to comply with the Department of Justice's settlement in order to buy the company Media General. The DOJ filed suit against Nexstar when the network initiated the transaction with Media General. DOJ officials said...
FAB v. FCC in District Circuit The Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia, LLC and five additional co-filers have challenged the FCC's framework for the spectrum auction. This is the FAB's second appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the...
"This is the first time I have seen a wireless company that gets it - one that understands what broadcasters are facing with the repack," Jay Adrick.
Share us on: By Michael Macagnone Law360, Washington (August 15, 2016, 8:52 PM ET) -- Low-power TV investors and a religious LPTV station urged the D.C. Circuit on Friday to reconsider tossing their challenge to the upcoming spectrum auction, saying...
"The result [of keeping the current regulations] will be less resources for the local news on which our democracy depends," the Newspaper Association of America also said.

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Debunking a Few Myths about the FCC's Incentive Auction This article originally appeared on Lexology, a source of news for Globe Business Media Group. Jonathan Cohen, one of my partners at Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP, has been closely following theincentive auction...
The FCC recently proposed an increase in the required amount of video described programming for cable and broadcast. The current requirement is 50 hours of video described programming per quarter, and the FCC's proposed increase is 87.5 hours per...
A version of this post originally appeared on Multichannel, a news site for cable television news and broadcasting. In the 600-Megahertz reverse auction for broadcast TV station spectrum, the Federal Communications Commission has set an unattainable bar: An $86 billion...
A version of this post originally appeared on B&C, a news source of New Bay, providing multichannel marketing solutions and information to communities.  In response to the just-announced $86,422,558,704 clearing cost for broadcasters to exit spectrum—at least in the first round of...
A version of this post originally appeared on Lexology, a daily newsletter that delivers tailored updates and analysis to the desktops of business professionals worldwide.  All Emergency Alert System (“EAS”) Participants must complete EAS Test Reporting System (“ETRS”) Form One on...
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