Legal Influencer

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Legal Influencers

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FCC to Consider Exemption of TV Broadcast Internet Services from Broadcast Ownership Rules and Regulations for ATSC 3.0 Non-Broadcast Services

USA - May 21 2020 The transition to ATSC 3.0, the next generation of television transmission, is underway as authorized by the Commission in 2017 (see our post here...

S-Town Podcast Lawsuit Settled - Reminder on Getting Releases from Podcast Subjects

USA - May 20 2020 Rights of publicity and privacy can present issues for podcasters and other media companies who feature people in their Productions. Almost two years...

Looking at Changes to the FCC’s Public Notice Requirements for Broadcast Applications

USA - May 19 2020 When a broadcaster files certain types of applications with the FCC, the public must be informed. Last week, the FCC issued an Order which will...

The Law of Defamation and Political Advertising Argued in Trump Suit Against Wisconsin TV Station

USA - May 18 2020 Political “issue advertising” - advertising run by groups like PACs and political parties rather than a candidate’s authorized campaign committees -...

This Week at the FCC: May 9, 2020 to May 15, 2020

USA - May 17 2020 Here are some of the regulatory and legal actions in the last week of significance to broadcasters, with links to where you can go to find more...

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