FCC proposes revisions to EAS rules


FCCPeter Gutmann at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP, notes that the changes are in response to its first nationwide EAS test held on 11/9/11 and are intended to enhance the reliability, utility and reach of the EAS, so as to provide the public with timely and accurate emergency alerts:

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