Mon, 12/13/2021 - 09:27
I was deeply saddened to read the news in RadioWorld over the weekend about the death of Jeremy Ruck PE, WM9C. While I did not know him personally, his name could be found on many broadcast applications. Jeremy was very highly respected in the broadcast community and was a
Fri, 12/10/2021 - 09:27
REC Networks has filed comments with the FCC on the Resilient Networks proceeding, PS Docket 21-346. The proceeding addresses the availability of communications infrastructure, including wireless services, broadband, cable, satellite and broadcasting during widespread disasters such as hurricanes and wildfires.
REC outlined the service that some LPFM stations have performed during such episodes including WQRZ-LP during Hurricane Katrina and KBUU-LP during the Woolsey Fire of 2018.
Tue, 09/21/2021 - 20:19
Based on the demand for this window and the pace at which applications are currently being handled by REC, we want to assure that we are able to give our applicants the best experience possible. REC will cut off requests for the NCE filing window at the end of day September 24, 2021 for organizations that are currently not the licensee of a LPFM or full-service NCE broadcast station. For licensees of existing NCE/LPFM stations, the cut off will be on end of day, October 1, 2021. Payments are due one week after those cut off dates for their respect
Michi Bradley - Sun, 07/25/2021 - 10:01
Fifteen years ago, an amazing radio technology was first introduced. Why do so few people know about it and why isn’t its use very widespread? Yes, I am referring to HD Radio, which just recently celebrated its 15th anniversary. Still, very few people (outside of the industry) actually know about it or what it does, more or less actually owns a radio to receive it. So, what happened?
Fri, 07/23/2021 - 10:49
In a Public Notice released today, the FCC has announced some dates and set some procedures for the upcoming NCE FM Filing Window.
Fri, 07/16/2021 - 02:00
Michelle Bradley, CBT, KU3N.
July 15, 2021
Normally, three weeks prior to the monthly open meeting of the Federal Communications Commission, the agency releases drafts of the items they will be voting on in the meeting. These "circulation drafts" are not the exact wording of the final decisions, but they are a good sneak preview of what is to come.
Wed, 07/14/2021 - 20:37
July 13, 2021 was the final day for analog low power TV (LPTV) stations. A few LPTV stations in remote Alaskan villages were given authority to continue analog service until a time when those sites can be reached to convert to digital.
This also means that the so-called “Franken FM” (or “FM6”) stations (channel 6 LPTV stations that are using their audio carrier at 87.75 MHz to operate like an FM radio station) are also supposed to shut down.