By Sonnie Elliott & Rich Forschler
Faegre Baker Daniels
After 10 years of budget deficits, the Minnesota Legislature convened in January to set the state’s biennial budget with a projected $1.9 billion surplus. This surplus spurred hope of an orderly session and predictions of tax relief, increased education funding, and a comprehensive transportation funding package addressing Minnesota’s deteriorating roads, bridges and transit systems.
As the 2015 regular session adjourned May 18, numerous unresolved policy and budget issues...
The MBA is offering subsidized training for you and your station staff from P1 Learning’s online on-demand broadcast training campus.
The P1 Learning training campus offers a complete set of training modules and services to meet the needs of your station 24/7/365. You can access the content from your computer, smartphone, or personal tablet device.
The goal is to make stations more profitable by improving sales execution, train and retain employees,...
By Gregg Skall
MBA FCC Counsel
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice
The FCC may be acting like the “one-to-many” broadcasting model is old hat, but it has not let up on keeping broadcasting the most regulated of industries under its roof.
Every broadcast licensee must place their issues and programs list in their public file on a quarterly basis every January 10, April 10, July 10, and October 10. The list...