Comments due (5/14) Feasibility of EAS Participation for Internet-related services
sean at donelan.com
Mon May 17 18:54:51 UTC 2021
Its always amusing to read company filed comments which don't match claims
in their marketing and sales websites. Advertising and streaming
marketing PPTs boast how they can target consumers with dynamic
advertising inserts by DMA, city, zip code, etc. Their sales pitches
proclaim consumers are cordcutting, and no longer watch "linear"
programming. But magically, the same thing is technically infeasible to
do in their FCC filings.
The rest of the comments received and posted on Monday.
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Consumer Technology Association
New York City Emergency Management Department
Motion Picture Association, Inc.
iHeartCommunications, Inc., Cumulus Media New Holdings Inc.
Advanced Televistion Systems Committee, Inc.
AT&T Services, Inc.
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
On Fri, 14 May 2021, Sean Donelan wrote:
> Feasibility of EAS Participation for Internet-related services
> Comments received from
> - Digital Media Association
> - Digital Content Next
> - TechFreedom
> - INCOMPAS
> - REC Networks and Riverton Radio Project Assocation
> - NOAA/National Weather Service
> - Xperi Holding Corporation (patent holder of HD Radio)
> There may be a few more filed after 5pm EDT which will show up on ECFS
> Monday's update.
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