[sbe-eas] Value of broadcaster EAS participation
srweber at nvbell.net
Fri Dec 10 02:25:56 EST 2010
Jim, you caught the short-circuit in my brain; I meant CEM. Guess my brain locked on that because we had to use CEM for abductions before CAE was added to the repertoire eons ago...
From: James Gorman
Date: Thursday, December 09, 2010 8:33 PM
To: Stephen Weber ; SBE EAS Exchange - a mail list for discussion about the Emergency Alert System and other emergency communication issues.
Subject: Re: [sbe-eas] Value of broadcaster EAS participation
Why did they use CAE which is Child Abduction emergency.
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--- On Thu, 12/9/10, Stephen Weber <srweber at nvbell.net> wrote:
From: Stephen Weber <srweber at nvbell.net>
Subject: [sbe-eas] Value of broadcaster EAS participation
To: sbe-eas at sbe.org
Date: Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:56 PM
This article may be of interest to many as it points up a big reason that broadcaster participation in EAS will always be of major value; namely that "stuff" happens. A CAE was sent to alert the area of this little problem:
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