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TAB Awards Gala Video Now Available

The full video of TAB's 66th Annual Awards Gala is now available for viewing.

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All Eyes on DC with New STELAR Options, Pushback on Ownership Ruling

The chairman of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee is seeing bipartisan pushback on his plan to roll out a full five-year renewal of STELAR, while the NAB, FCC and others are appealing a federal court decision overturning the FCC’s ownership deregulation plan. Clearly, there’s no shortage of industry issues brewing in DC to garner our attention – and none of them involves the impeachment inquiry.

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CBD Advertisements-Current Law and Best Practices

Signed into law on June 10, 2019, Texas House Bill 1325 legalized the production, manufacture and sale of hemp and hemp-derived products in Texas. This includes consumable goods containing canabidiol—popularly known as “CBD.”

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Registration Ends Thursday for Nov. 16 Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop

Registration for the Nov. 16 TAB Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop ends Thursday at Noon. TAB’s annual newsroom workshop takes place this weekend at Live! At Loews in Arlington, the same hotel as that night’s 2019 Lone Star EMMY® Awards gala. Registration is just $45 and includes lunch.

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Senate Leaders See Different Paths on STELAR

The Senate Commerce and Judiciary committees share jurisdiction over STELAR but their leaders are taking different approaches to the question of whether the satellite TV legislation should finally expire as scheduled at the end of the year.

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Still Time to Register for Nov. 16 Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop

There’s still time to register for the Nov. 16 TAB Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop in Arlington, the largest and longest-running regional broadcast newsroom workshop in the U.S.

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FCC Adopts “Clarifications” on Political Issue Ads

The FCC last week adopted two alleged clarifications to its disclosure requirements for third party political issue ads in response to complaints from public interest groups against several TV stations they say provided insufficient disclosure in the stations’ online public files. Taken together, the decisions will significantly burden stations airing ads from non-candidate groups by requiring them to review each issue ad to develop a list of all the issues of public importance discussed in the ad.

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Register Now for Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop and Save; Rates Increase Next Week!

TAB’s annual Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop, the largest and longest-running regional broadcast newsroom workshop in the U.S., takes place in less than three weeks on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Live! At Loews in Arlington. That’s the same hotel and date as that night’s Lone Star EMMY® Awards gala.

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