Diane Dimond: Calming the Volume of T...

Diane Dimond: Calming the Volume of TV Commercials Runs into FCC Silence

There are 2 comments on the Noozhawk story from Feb 23, 2013, titled Diane Dimond: Calming the Volume of TV Commercials Runs into FCC Silence. In it, Noozhawk reports that:

Don't look now, but we have another new law on the books. This one has the soothing acronym "The Calm Act." That's short for the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act .

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William Eaton

Tallahassee, FL

#1 Feb 24, 2013
Hah ! obviously this lady has not figured out that the FCC enforces RULES like the CALM act via written complaint. Calling the FCC without knowing what you want is like calling American Express and askingfor the call to be routed back to USA. Try the form on the website fcc.gov that pops up when you push the button File a Complaint

Since: May 13

Ahmedabad, India

#3 Jun 24, 2013
There must be some kind of restriction to the tv commercials. As the unstopability might cause the disputes too.

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