New proposed regulations may chill the media’s use of drones for newsgathering purposes. They would make it a civil offense to fly a drone over private property at less than 200 feet without permission. Beyond that, a landowner could sue for per se aerial trespass — he or she wouldn’t even need to show damages from the drone passing over the property.
The new 30,000-square-foot operation will house the group’s WRDW and WAGT and is slated to launch late next year.
It says the action supports more effective local Emergency Alert Tests and PSAs, addresses false alerts, and seeks to improve wireless alerts.
To take full advantage of the new broadcast standard, broadcasters have begun work on single frequency networks in Dallas and elsewhere that pump broadcast signals into strategic areas of a market to make sure they reliably reach smartphones and other mobile devices.
Advances in artificial intelligence are supercharging propaganda, espionage and cybercrime, threatening “the end of truth,” according to a new report from the Center for a New American Security.