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A Message from Senator Smith: Broadcasters Shine a Light on Democracy

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By: Gordon H. Smith, President and CEO, National Association of Broadcasters Yesterday (1/6), was a new day of infamy in the chronicle of American history. I never imagined that the United States Capitol Building, a place that I honor and cherish as the secular temple of our democracy, could be desecrated by a domestic mob.…

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Radio Simulcast Fight Could Provide Hint at New FCC Majority’s Plans

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According to a Thursday report in InsideRadio, an early test for a new Democrat-controlled Federal Communications Commission on how it will treat radio regulations may come not over a hot-button issue like radio ownership, but rather the arcane Radio Duplication Rule. That is because the decision to abolish the rule limiting station simulcasts was made…

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MHSAA’s John Johnson Retires

John Johnson

After 33 years serving the Michigan High School Athletic Association in a variety of roles including as its first communications director and most recently director of broadcast properties, John Johnson has retired. His final day was December 18. Johnson joined the MHSAA staff in 1987 after previous stops working in sports information at Albion College,…

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