David Silverman was quoted in the Broadcast section of Communications Daily on July 12, 2011.
"An FCC fine to a News. Corp station for not disclosing the source of a video news release that aired on a newscast "reinforces the need" for TV stations to be aware of when they get video from other commercial interests, a broadcast lawyer wrote. KMSP Minneapolis, recipient of a $4,000 Enforcement Bureau fine (CD July 11 p6), could have complied with the commission's rule of identifying video containing more than "transient or fleeting" images of products with a visual credit, David Silverman wrote. Such a disclosure could have said: "Video provided by General Motors," he wrote on the blog of the Davis Wright law firm."