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Roll Call
Staying Power: Clinton is Ready for Her Balloon DropI care doesn’t seem to be in much evidence on the campaign trail,” says Gordon
Staying Power: Clinton is Ready for Her Balloon Drop
Roll Call / Posted 2 hours ago
I care doesn’t seem to be in much evidence on the campaign trail,” says Gordon H. Smith, an Oregon Republican who runs the National Association of Broadcasters and describes a deeply collegial relationship with Clinton during their eight shared... Read more
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CNET
GoPro gives us a glimpse of its Live VR technologyVirtual reality technology is advancing fast and it seems GoPro would like to t
GoPro gives us a glimpse of its Live VR technology
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
Virtual reality technology is advancing fast and it seems GoPro would like to take you along for the ride. At the National Association of Broadcasters conference (NAB) earlier this year, the company best known for its tiny mountable cameras... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
News In Numbers: San Diego House Members Travel The World Using Private Funds2016 courtesy of the event’s host, the Consumer Technology Association. (An Is
News In Numbers: San Diego House Members Travel The World Using Private Funds
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 days ago
2016 courtesy of the event’s host, the Consumer Technology Association. (An Issa staffer also attended a Las Vegas-based National Association of Broadcasters event in April.) Issa has been something of a darling of the tech industry, frequently... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Vine Linesto attend, through my day job as an instructor in the interactive media arts pr
Vine Lines
Brandon Sun / Posted 17 days ago
to attend, through my day job as an instructor in the interactive media arts program at Assiniboine Community College, the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas. This year, more than 103,000 people from around the world... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pop culture Q&A: ‘Switched at Birth,’ Hulu’s ‘The Path,’ ‘The Musketeers’No. The Federal Communications Commission used to set a maximum amount of adver
Pop culture Q&A: ‘Switched at Birth,’ Hulu’s ‘The Path,’ ‘The Musketeers’
TribLIVE / Posted 21 days ago
No. The Federal Communications Commission used to set a maximum amount of advertising in radio and TV programs. And the National Association of Broadcasters had a standards code for stations, which included commercial limits. But a push for... Read more
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KVEC 920 San Luis Obispo
The Dave Ramsey Showheard by 6 million listeners each week on 500 radio stations throughout the Uni
The Dave Ramsey Show
KVEC 920 San Luis Obispo / Posted 23 days ago
heard by 6 million listeners each week on 500 radio stations throughout the United States. In 2009, he was honored as the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award winner. He is the creator of Financial Peace University (FPU), a... Read more
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The Columbian
‘Switch at Birth’ will finish series in JanuaryThe Federal Communications Commission used to set a maximum amount of advertisi
‘Switch at Birth’ will finish series in January
The Columbian / Posted 24 days ago
The Federal Communications Commission used to set a maximum amount of advertising in radio and TV programs. And the National Association of Broadcasters had a standards code for stations, which included commercial limits. But a push for... Read more
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Raw Story
Dark money in politics: How you can see more of it, thanks to the FCCon Fox News Sunday on March 13, and, what can be more interesting for watchdogs
Dark money in politics: How you can see more of it, thanks to the FCC
Raw Story / Posted 24 days ago
on Fox News Sunday on March 13, and, what can be more interesting for watchdogs, the so-called NAB form (named after the National Association of Broadcasters that developed it). You can see that document here; if you scroll down, you will notice... Read more
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The News & Observer
WRAL unveils next-generation broadcast technologybegin to offer television devices in ATSC 3.0. Sam Matheny, executive vice pres
WRAL unveils next-generation broadcast technology
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
begin to offer television devices in ATSC 3.0. Sam Matheny, executive vice president and chief technology officer for the National Association of Broadcasters, said that once the technology grows wider in use, people will need to purchase new... Read more
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The Hill
Facebook vexes publishers | Reverse auction bidding ends | Clinton recruits in SFdone our part; now it’s up to the wireless industry to demonstrate the demand i
Facebook vexes publishers | Reverse auction bidding ends | Clinton recruits in SF
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
done our part; now it’s up to the wireless industry to demonstrate the demand is there for low-band TV spectrum,” said the National Association of Broadcasters’ Dennis Wharton. There's a procedure in place is wireless demand isn't high enough to... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
WDAM celebrates 60th anniversaryto serving the community and being there in times of need." The station was re
WDAM celebrates 60th anniversary
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 26 days ago
to serving the community and being there in times of need." The station was recently recognized as a finalist for the National Association of Broadcasters "Service to America" Award for its response to devastating weather that impacted the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Vine Linesto attend, through my day job as an instructor in the interactive media arts pr
Vine Lines
Brandon Sun / Posted a month ago
to attend, through my day job as an instructor in the interactive media arts program at Assiniboine Community College, the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas. This year, more than 103,000 people from around the world... Read more

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