“Political Broadcasting with The FCC’s Bobby Baker” Webinar in January

The FCC’s political guru, Bobby Baker, joins Fletcher Heald & Hildreth attorneys Montero, Kirkpatrick and Johnson to help broadcasters get themselves ready for election season. As election season looms, Fletcher Heald & Hildreth, along with the Colorado Broadcasters Association will

“Online Public Inspection Files” Webinar Available

With the March 1, 2018 Online Public Inspection File deadline for mid-sized and smaller market (and non-commercial) radio stations approaching, Fletcher, Heald, & Hildreth’s Frank Montero and Steve Lovelady recently presented a webinar to help industry professionals navigate through the

Final Seminars in “Leading a Multi-Generational Workforce” Series

The last two seminars in the CBA’s 6-part series focusing on attracting, recruiting & retaining Millennial professionals will be at KMGH-TV on November 9th from 10am to 2:15pm.  The presentations are a collaboration with University of Colorado Colorado Springs instructor

Engineering Scholarships Available

The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society and the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers will award scholarships of up to $10,000 to promising undergraduate and graduate students at accredited U.S. universities interested in a career in broadcast engineering. Applications for Spring

2017 EAS Operating Handbook

The Bureau announces the release of a revised EAS Operating Handbook. A copy of the Handbook must be located at normal duty positions or EAS equipment locations when an operator is required to be on duty and be immediately available

Chris Lytle’s “The Year of The Sales Manager”

Chris Lytle is declaring 2017 to be The Year of the Sales Manager. Sales managers get pulled in so many directions, spending up to 90% of their time performing lower level tasks. The real job of sales management is getting salespeople

See you later, local correspondence file!

from Dan Kirkpatrick of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth As Egon said in Ghosbusters, “print is dead.” Okay, that may be a bit of an overstatement.  But at least as to many broadcast stations’ local public inspection files, it is essentially true

Seven things to know about how Colorado’s open records law is changing

By Jeffrey A. Roberts CFOIC Executive Director When Gov. John Hickenlooper signed Senate Bill 17-040 on Thursday, he ratified a long-overdue update to the Colorado Open Records Act, which hadn’t been modernized in more than 20 years. The new CORA

FCC Proposes 2017 Regulatory Fees

from Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth Just in time for the unofficial start of summer, the FCC has issued its 2017 Regulatory Fee Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), beginning a process that culminates with the payment of regulatory fees sometime between

“Navigating The Digital Landscape” Study from Jacobs Media Strategies

Bingham Farms, MI —  In Jacobs Media’s new web study of radio listeners, a big story is how radio’s traditional listening locations – the home, the car, and the workplace – are undergoing change. From content consumed to new distribution outlets

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