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Loudness law goes into effect

Loudness law goes into effect | Radio broadcasting scoops | Scoop.it
The FCC will now begin enforcement of the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, which was passed in the House and Senate more than a year ago.
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Radio industry insiders say on-air stunts now going too far - Herald Sun

The AgeRadio industry insiders say on-air stunts now going too farHerald SunSome radio stations, some shows choose to do that. If you look at the market in Adelaide, the No.
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Future – Lauren Kirchner

Modeled after the BBC and founded in the 1920s, public radio in Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark are non-profit and advertisement-free. Public television ... Tor Arnbjørn, head of radio news at Denmark's DR, agrees.
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Broadcaster Alan Jones ordered to read on-air apology to Muslims - ABC Online

TNT MagazineBroadcaster Alan Jones ordered to read on-air apology to MuslimsABC OnlineRadio broadcaster Alan Jones will be forced to apologise on-air next week for describing Lebanese Muslims as vermin and mongrels seven-and-a-half years ago.
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Controversial morning radio host Don Imus signs new contract to stay on-air ... - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsControversial morning radio host Don Imus signs new contract to stay on-air ...New York Daily NewsControversial morning radio host Don Imus signs new contract to stay on-air until 2015.
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