Networks Are Obligated to Preempt Your TV Shows During a Tornado

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Many viewers argue that their neighbors have no right to receive warnings if it means cutting-in during a crucial episode of The Big Bang Theory. They are wrong.

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The Vane’s Dennis Mersereau explains the legal obligation your local news station has concerning breaking into entertainment programming for tornado coverage.

among the many consequences they could suffer (if they don’t) is running the risk of losing their license with the FCC

Mark has provided excellent coverage of this same issue here and here. And of when it gets taken to the extreme, here.

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