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Marketing & Events Coordinator – Okaloosa Island, FL

Company: BOTE Boards Location: Okaloosa Island, Florida Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

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Sony Music Issues Statement Regarding L.A. Reid Departure

Sony Music Entertainment has issued a brief statement regarding the sudden exit of veteran label executive L.A. Reid, who served as chairman/CEO of…

Communications Specialist – Cleveland, OH

Company: ideastream Location: Cleveland, Ohio Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Job Status: Full Time

Public Relations Senior Account Executive – Pittsburgh, PA

Company: Gatesman Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Job Status: Full Time

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Janet Jackson Has a Mysterious Countdown on Her Website

Janet Jackson fans are counting down the hours and lowest price generic viagra minutes until something happens, though they don’t know what it is. Jackson launched a…

May Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – Incentive Auction, ATSC 3.0 and Broadcast Deregulation

May is one of the few months without the normal list of quarterly filings and EEO public file reports.  But, just because there are none of these regular filings due, that does not mean that the month will be a quiet one for broadcasters on the regulatory front.  In fact, far from it.  There are obligations for television broadcasters in connection with the incentive auction and the subsequent repacking of the TV spectrum, an FCC meeting that will start two proceedings that could dramatically reduce the regulatory burdens of broadcasters, and comments due on the FCC’s proposal for the next generation of television broadcasting. In connection with the incentive auction , on May 11 , stations that are relinquishing their channels in exchange for compensation from the FCC must file an FCC Form 1875 detailing where payments for that relinquishment will go.  After that information is received and processed, the FCC will send an email to the payee asking for bank account information that must be entered into the “CORES Incentive Auction Financial Module.”  Stations looking for their auction payouts need to observe these details so the FCC knows where to send their money. In addition to these steps to ensure that relinquishing stations are properly compensated, those stations that are remaining in operation, but which will have a change in channel as part of the FCC’s compression of the TV band, may elect to forego the reimbursement of their expenses in exchange for a waiver of the TV service rules to allow these stations to offer a non-broadcast service.  What exactly this means is open to some question, as all TV stations can already offer some non-broadcast services through the excess capacity provided by their digital channel.  Whatever it may mean, stations choosing to take advantage of this provision of the legislation that authorized the auction must file, by May 15 , a statement of intent to rely on this provision

Making Good on Deregulation – FCC Proposes to Eliminate Main Studio Rules and Review All Other Broadcast Regulatory Requirements

In his speech at the NAB Convention (available here ), Chairman Pai promised to pursue a broadcast regulatory regime that made sense in today’s competitive media environment. He promised to move quickly to eliminate a number of the unnecessary broadcast rules, and specifically to repeal the main studio rule (see our articles here and here about the current requirements for the operation and staffing of the main studio).  Yesterday, the FCC took its first steps to quickly fulfill those promises, releasing two draft orders to be considered at its May 18 meeting, one to repeal the main studio rule and generic viagra cheapest the second announcing the opening of a proceeding to review all of the other rules that govern broadcasters except the ownership rules that are already under consideration in other proceedings (see our posts here and here about some of the ownership rules already under review).

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