Bob Houghton, Georgia Association of Broadcsaters - April 12, 2013
My own decades-long experience in Georgia broadcasting has shown me time and again that whether it’s one of Atlanta’s occasional “snow jams” or our state’s spring storms and tornadoes, Georgians tune in to their free, over-the-air, radio and television stations to assess the situation and take life-saving steps to protect themselves. READ MORE
January 8, 2013
The devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy and the shooting in Newtown, Conn., are renewing a push by emergency responders to expand a low-power AM radio service used to give travelers traffic information. Read more
Supplemental Guidance on Public Alert and Warning
This document provides guidance on eligible public alert and warning activities and equipment standards for State, local, territory, and tribal prospective grantees. The intent of this document is to promote consistency in policy across Federal grant programs, and to ensure compatibility among Federally-funded projects. This document will continue to evolve as new technologies emerge, and will support increased knowledge on the use of these new technologies. Download the document.
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