Earlier this month, RBR+TVBR received a rather intriguing press release from a Northern Virginia-based business and network engineering consulting services firm that has worked closely with the broadcasting industry for years.
It heralded the launch of a new practice division for Widelity Corporation, “one that could save radio and television stations thousands of dollars in FCC fines.”
What, exactly, does that entail? RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam Jacobson picked up the phone and spoke with Mike Lasky, a principal at Widelity, and the Miami-based OPIF team leader for Widelity, Jim Glogowski.
Lasky and Glogowski share how the practice division came about, and how it is designed to complement inspections as another way to avoid the dread Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture.