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Emergency Alert System: FCC Reminds Participants of Compliance Obligations

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay WASHINGTON D.C. — The Enforcement Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission (Commission or FCC) issues this Enforcement Advisory to remind broadcasters, cable television operators, wireless cable operators, wireline video service providers, satellite digital audio radio […]

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Emergency Alert System: FCC Reminds Participants of Compliance Obligations

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Image by StockSnap from Pixabay WASHINGTON D.C. — The Enforcement Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission (Commission or FCC) issues this Enforcement Advisory to remind broadcasters, cable television operators, wireless cable operators, wireline video service providers, satellite digital audio radio […]

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Can Biden unite the country? Maryland’s lawmakers weigh-in

President-elect Joe Biden (D) addressed the nation on Saturday evening (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum In about two-and-a-half months President-elect Joe Biden will assume leadership of a deeply divided America. It appears that the former

Election edition letters to Jim

Election Special: Letters to Jim My fan mail is unending. I need to remember to remind my fans not to swamp the post office with letters to me in 2024

Alien invader at the White House

Who knew the leader of the coronavirus denying community could not be

Trump lies as he divides the nation on the 4th of July

Social Media is a collection of wonderful platforms where we can see and read some of the best social commentary of the era. Take Soledad O’Brien’s take down of

George Floyd is honored, Trump adds insult and injury while the coronavirus marches on

As I’ve written before, we read a lot of crazy shit on social media. Like this, from an old college friend from way back in the day. “who can support

Amidst COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I can’t Breathe’

Los Angeles is no stranger to riots. There’s a long history, including in 1992 (Rodney King), and 1968 all over America after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

COVID-19 rages as Minneapolis burns

“… because there’s a conflict in every human heart between the rational and the irrational, between good and evil. And good does not always triumph.” ••• •••• ••••• •••• •••• Let

COVID-19 Update: Take one for the economy, old people

After three years of lies, misinformation, and general chaos from the highest office in the land, we are now in a pandemic that has people everywhere doubting the institutions

Bernie ends his bid after Wisconsin voters show great courage in primary

This is a bit of a sad day for the Democratic Party. Uplifting for sure, but with a touch of sadness — and anger. First of all, there are

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