Mr. Tannenwald has worked with virtually every communications industry for over forty years, including commercial and public broadcasters, common carrier, wireless, and satellite telecommunications providers; governmental and educational institutions; and developers of new technologies.
If you're holding onto a CP for an unbuilt digital low power television (LPTV) or TV Translator station, listen up: the FCC wants to know what you think of a proposed blanket construction deadline extension.… Continue Reading
Nearly six months after the FCC's denied reconsideration of its 2011 DTV transition schedule for Class A and LPTV stations, that decision has made it into the Federal Register - which means the deadline for taking this case to court has now been set.… Continue Reading
Some 700 MHz licensees (possibly with FCC support) have been complaining of FM interference to their hypersensitive LTE gear - but must FM licensees foot the bill to correct the problem?… Continue Reading
The FCC has established a new and separate "do-not-call" registry designed specifically to protect 911 emergency services from non-emergency calls. Anyone using autodialing technology -- including political organizations and non-profit groups -- will have to take steps to avoid making such calls or face stiff penalties.… Continue Reading