Two new information resources from Pike & Fischer.
Private Radio Regulation is a new service that offers a collection of FCC rules and government regulations relating to the private radio industry. The service carries full text of FCC rules with historical notes on such topics as: Commission organization; FCC practice and procedure; radio frequency devices; antenna construction; commercial mobile radio services; wireless communications services; and, fixed microwave services.
An annual print/online subscription of $390 includes bi-monthly updates to two loose-leaf volumes and access to daily updates on the web site. Subscribers, who are charged a one-time "set-up" fee of $25, also receive e-mails and a bi-weekly newsletter. An annual CD-ROM/online subscription costs $365 and includes bi-monthly updates, web access and the bi-weekly newsletter.
Taglined "legal developments in telecommunications facilities siting," Communications Environmental & Land Use Law Report is a monthly print newsletter that provides coverage of the "complex overlap of zoning, land use, environmental, and federal communications law," Pike & Fischer said. Editorial includes information on: new state and federal court decisions; agency developments from the FCC, FAA, etc.; federal and state legislative initiatives; zoning moratoria; technological problems and solutions; environmental issues and industry trends.
An annual subscription, including access to a web site with updates on newly enacted federal legislation, new or revised regulations and new court or FCC decisions, costs $465.
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|Date:||Oct 17, 2003|
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