I’m assuming that everyone in the public media universe (especially those with FCC licenses of one kind or another) already knows about the Broadcast Law Blog published by law firm Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP.
If it’s not already in your RSS reader or list of sites to review regularly, be sure to get it in there. The FCC, under the direction of telco-loving politico Kevin Martin, has been very busy in the last year proposing new rules on all kinds of stuff related to broadcasters. And it’s not little niggling things — this is big stuff that will impact operating costs, reporting activities and more.
Naturally, you should consult with your own attorney before embarking on any changes or new plans, but this is sound coverage of FCC changes and how they relate to broadcasters.
Talk about required reading…