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  • Stocks up on promise of US economy

    RBR.com

    <br>The aggregate comment of Street headline writers is that the stock market is growing confident about prospects for the US economy, despite misgivings about other places like Europe. ...

  • Retail food advertising rules extended

    RBR.com

    This rule has been around long enough that we cannot recall the need for it. Simply, a grocer may not draw you to its store with low advertised prices for an item it has failed to stock adequately. ...

  • KDAY rises on mobile

    RBR.com

    Meruelo Media's LA 93.5 Hip Hip/R&B station is taking full advantage of digital media to extend the reach of its FM assets. It can be found over air, and on smart phones, desktops and ...

  • Change the date for Smith award

    RBR.com

    An organization with a schedule conflict is being accommodated so it can be on hand when NAB President/CEO Gordon Smith is awarded the Golden Mike Award by the Broadcasters Foundation of America. ...

  • Form request from the FCC

    RBR.com

    Specifically, we're talking FCC Form 317 which addresses ancillary and supplemental services provided by digital television stations. The forms are due soon, whether a stations offered a service ...

  • FCC to address auction in December

    RBR.com

    The Sunshine Notice is out for the December Open Meeting of the Federal Communications Commission, and the incentive auction will be a prominent topic. <br>The FCC did not go into a great ...

  • Young The Giant goes all in on radio

    RBR.com

    Fueled by Ramen recording artists Young The Giant have an album and a tour to promote, and they aren't settling for getting their music on radio - they are personally going on a radio tour ...

  • LPTV activists speculate on incentive suits

    RBR.com

    The LPTV Spectrum Rights Coalition believes that the spectrum its stations occupy in between channels 38-51 is significant and worth billions of dollars, and that it has the potential to delay the ...

  • Why major TV networks arent showing Obamas immigration address

    The Guardian

    <br>On Thursday evening, President Obama will take to the airwaves to present his plan for immigration reform to the American people. Unfortunately, many of the American people may not be able ...

  • Own a webcam You may be broadcasting live to a Russian website

    The Globe and Mail

    <br> <br> A child playing in Bucheon, South Korea. An empty crib in Absecon, New Jersey. Cattle feeding in Behamberg, Austria. Footage from more than 100 countries is being streamed from ...

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  • Frequent dealer adds in Colorado Springs

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    It is not an unusual experience to go through station transaction findings and find the name Victor A. Michael as either a buyer or seller. In the case of KCMN-AM, he's the buyer. <br>The ...

  • Legend expands in Wyoming

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    Larry and Susan Patrick's brokerage firm Patrick Communications didn't have to look very far to find a buyer for a pair of Wyoming FMs. In fact, it didn't need to look any further then ...

  • CBS Outdoor now OUTFRONT

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    The company formerly known as CBS Outdoor Americas has made its good-bye to CBS Corporation official and begins the next chapter of its history with a new name and plans for a dividend ...

  • Scripps Networks borrows to retire

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    A $1 billion senior secured note offering form Scripps Networks Interactive will largely be used to pay off a debt that comes due early next year. Moody's rated the offering and speculated on ...

  • NAB’s Wharton debunks localism myth

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    The myth, pushed by MVPD and wireless interests, is that broadcasters have long ago abandoned local content. It's a myth easily disproven in a nation where MVPDs create almost no local ...

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