NAB supports journalist protection.

The NAB will donate $10,000 to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) to honor the two American journalists who were murdered in Syria. NAB Joint Board Chairman Charles Warfield said, “James Foley and Stephen Sotloff showed incredible bravery in risking…

Tilting at windmills. Again.

The musicFIRST Coalition wants the FCC to step in to force NAB member stations to air advertising in support of the Performance Rights Act. According to musicFIRST, NAB radio station members have refused to sell the coalition advertising time to…

iBiquity keeps us posted.

According to the licensor of HD Radio, there are almost 20 million factory-installed and aftermarket vehicles with HD Radio receivers on the road today. An HD Radio-equipped vehicle is sold every four seconds in the United States – about 20,000…

FCC in the cross-hairs. Again.

Greg Walden (R-OR), the chairman of the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee, has called yet another meeting to focus on the Commission—specifically its management and spending. In calling the meeting, Walden noted, “Continuous oversight of federal agencies ensures that government…