NJBA Calls For Moratorium On FCC Fee Hikes

New Jersey Broadcasters Association President-CEO Paul Rotella tells the commission that any increase in annual fees for TV and radio stations is not warranted and that this is not the appropriate time to put any further financial burdens on broadcasters.

NJ Salavation Army Seeks Broadcasters’ Help

Paul Rotells, president-CEO of the New Jersey Broadcasters Association, sent out the following message today: Dear Fellow Broadcaster: As you know, our area has been left nothing short of devastated in the aftermath of Sandy and our great NJ Salvation Army has asked that the following TV  Public Service Announcement be aired as soon and […]

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N.J. Broadcasters Push For Improved EAS

Paul S. Rotella, the state broadcasting group’s CEO, updated FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski on the “antiquated” state of New Jersey’s Emergency Alert Service. He applauds  the commission’s call for a national test of the EAS, but cautioned that “this national test should be viewed and used as a diagnostic tool only, given the benign neglect some parties have engaged in for decades regarding EAS.”