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Submitted by an MAB Member:
When a soldier comes home, he finds it hard......to listen to his son whine about being bored.
....to keep a straight face when people complain about potholes.
....to be tolerant of people who complain about the hassle of getting ready for work.
....to be understanding when a co-worker complains about a bad night's sleep.
....to be silent when people pray to God for a new car.
....to control his panic when his wife tells him he needs to drive slower.
....to be compassionate when a businessman expresses a fear of flying.
....to keep from laughing when anxious parents say they're afraid to send their kids off to summer camp.
....to keep from ridiculing someone who complains about hot weather.
....to control his frustration when a colleague gripes about his coffee being cold.
....to remain calm when his daughter complains about having to walk the dog.
....to be civil to people who complain about their jobs.
....to just walk away when someone says they only get two weeks of vacation a year.
....to be forgiving when someone says how hard it is to have a new baby in the house.
The only thing harder than being a Soldier...
Is loving one.
A broadcast station’s public inspection file has never been the center of so much attention as it has been getting recently. During the license renewal process, and as a result of FCC inspections, dozens of stations have received fines of $10,000 or more for not having paid the appropriate attention to the requirements for a complete file. The debate over the online public file for television stations has also brought national attention to the broadcaster’s public file obligation.
This webinar will detail the obligations for station’s public files. What documents need to be in the file? How long must they be retained? What are the usual trouble spots for broadcasters? All these topics and more will be discussed in our webinar on Thursday, May 30, 2013.
Thank you for participating in the Broadcast Industry Promotion Campaign! Over 14,000 TV and 78,000 radio messages were aired in every market. The on-air part of the campaign comes to an end May 15th.