July 30, 2021
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We told you yesterday about COVID guidelines for the fall show. The NAB now is recommending that all attendees wear masks onsite, whether they've been vaccinated or not. In case you missed it, here's that full story with other details.
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This Week's Top Stories
Broadcasters face higher FCC regulatory fees
The agency has released its upcoming station fees schedule. Industry says it's tired of subsidizing competitors.
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WTOP GM: Racism has no place here
A white general manager and Black correspondent -- friends and colleagues both -- denounce anonymous racist attack.
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LPFM station allowed to resume operations
Red Wolf Broadcasting's interference complaint against low-power FM dismissed.
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Procedures are published for November NCE FM window
The FCC also announced the dates of a related FM filing freeze this fall.
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SBE to honor Tobin posthumously as SBE Engineer of the Year
During his career as a radio engineer, Chris Tobin took on several roles with SBE Chapter 15. Other SBE awards announced.
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Aguilar to be new KQED program director
He'll leave his post as NFCB executive director to start at San Francisco station Aug. 23. He's also familiar to RW readers for his columns here about community radio.
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Special Report: WJEH goes DARC for remote control of AoIP
Summit Technology integrates Arrakis line for West Virginia station.
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Marketron names Kligora as SVP of client success
New hire comes from Gannett/USA Today.
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FCC taps Florida station on the shoulder
Commission's Enforcement Bureau says WQTL was putting out spurious emissions.
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BW Broadcast closes, at least temporarily
Readers continue to read about company co-founder Scott Incz passing away. The manufacturer's other co-founder, Roger Howe, died last year.
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FCC to consider changes to Part 95 rules
Changes would impact various short-range, low-power radio services -- including CB radio service, GMRS and FRS.
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Freinwald to resign Washington SECC's chair
He will step down in September after 25 years leading the state's committee.
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Calendar
August 2021
Texas Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention and Trade Show, Aug. 3-4, JW Marriott Downtown Austin, Austin, Texas
Nebraska Broadcasters Association Annual Convention, Aug. 10-11, La Vista Conference Center, La Vista, Neb.
Alabama Broadcasters Association Convention, Aug. 13-14, Ross Bridge Resort & Spa, Birmingham, Ala.
Vermont Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention, Aug. 18, Lareau Farm Inn, Waitsfield, Vt.
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Summer Conference, Aug. 25-26, Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan, Wis.
Swiss Radio Day, Aug. 26

September 2021
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Broadcasters Clinic, Sept. 8-10, Madison Marriott West, Madison, Wis.
IBC, originally scheduled for Sept. 10-13, postponed to Dec. 3-6, RAI Amsterdam, Amsterdam
2021 PRPD Conference -- REdefining Public Media, Sept. 13-15
Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame Luncheon, Sept. 30, Marriott Boston Quincy Hotel, Quincy, Mass.

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