Your Future In Emergency Alerting (1993)

By Kenneth Wright, Jones Intercable

Under the direction of the White House, the FCC has begun an overhaul of the Emergency Broadcasting System. They believe that they can greatly improve the effectiveness of the system by adding cable participation. Participation in the new system truly represents an opportunity for cable operators to help minimize the loss of lives in their communities. It also could represent a significant cost to the cable industry.

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