Nov 12, 2002

Radio reading services worry that digital radio could interfere with their signals, reports Radio World. And in an RW editorial, an advocate for reading services urges the radio industry to support secondary audio services.
The FCC has struck a confusing section from a December 2001 decision that admonished WNCW in Spindale, N.C., for breaking underwriting rules. Several public radio organizations, worried that the decision threatened their business practices, asked the Commission to retract the vague language. It did--but not necessarily because it agreed with the pubcasters. Read the Commission's decision (.doc, .pdf, .txt).
Congress and the recording industry must find a way to let college radio flourish, writes Michael Papish in The Washington Post.