Make no mistake who rules the floor at the upcoming national party conventions; it’s the FCC and Coordinating Committee Chairman Louis Libin.
Both the Republican and Democratic
party events taking place in Cleveland and Philadelphia respectively
rely on spectrum coordination to make their messages and each other
heard across a noisy arena. According to Inside Radio,
Libin will be the single point of contact to make it all happen via the
Broadcast Auxiliary Service (BAS) stations, which will allow the
networks to transmit between the convention floor and the studios. Continue Reading