It’s been more than six weeks since communities across the U.S. began shelter-in-home rules designed to squelch the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus. In Washington, D.C., the FCC quickly responded by shifting staff to home office setups.
Has the Commission been negatively impacted by the novel coronavirus? For noted D.C. communications law attorney John Garziglia, of Womble Bond Dickinson, the answer is an emphatic “no.”
In this new RBR+TVBR Coronavirus INFOCUS Podcast episode, Garziglia shares with RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson just how the FCC is moving right along with regulatory policy changes that impact radio broadcasters. Garziglia also discusses how rule relaxation during these challenging times could be easier had, given comments made by the White House last week that now may be an ideal time to do so.
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