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Broadcast Law is written by David Oxenford of Wiklinson Barker Knauer LLP..
As the calendar flips to March, many of us have put our trust in Punxsutawney Phil’s weather forecasting expertise that an early spring ..read more
In a decision released this week, the FCC reiterated a policy of being very tough on petitions to add communities to television markets to ..read more
Global Music Rights, the relatively new performing rights organization that signed a number of composers of popular songs away from ASCAP ..read more
The FCC yesterday released another of its regular EEO audit notices (available here), asking that approximately 240 radio stations and ..read more
One presidential caucus down, 49 (primaries and caucuses, plus a few more in the territories) to go in the next four months – with ..read more
BMI and the Radio Music License Committee announced a settlement of their rate court litigation over the royalties that commercial radio ..read more
Did you know that the FCC has a rule that requires that a broadcaster notify its audience that a program has been pre-recorded when the ..read more
Most years, at some point in January, we look into our crystal ball and try to see some of the legal and regulatory issues likely to face ..read more
Last week, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly was in the news for sending a letter to the major record labels asking for information ..read more
With the holiday season getting smaller in the rear-view mirror and many parts of the country dealing with ice, snow, and single-digit ..read more

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