FCC Poised to Address Cybersecurity of EAS Equipment

Broadcasters would be required to report cyber threats

A public draft of proposed EAS rules being circulated by the FCC would require EAS participants, including broadcasters, to certify annually that they have implemented a cybersecurity risk management plan for their EAS system.

If adopted, the new rules would require broadcasters to report incidents of unauthorized access of its EAS equipment within 72 hours of when it knew or should have known the incident occurred. According to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) being considered, this would bolster the security of the nation’s public alert and warning systems.


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Local Broadcast Sales was a sponsor of SLC 2023 and distributed this flyer.

2023 Performance Tax Issue Sheet

Congress should not mandate a performance tax on free, local radio stations that would jeopardize local jobs, prevent new artists from breaking into the recording

NAB Local Hotel Discount Program

We are pleased to provide NAB staff with the new NAB Local Hotel Discount Program to help out-of-town guests save on travel costs. The Capital

Max Media Overview

Max Media fact sheet for your reference which was distributed among NASBA attendees in Santa Fe on November 1, 2021

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Enhanced national and multi-state outreach campaigns for  government agencies and non-profit organizations Challenges and Solutions for NASBA members

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