SAN ANTONIO -- A new rule requiring commercials to have the same average volume as the programs they accompany went into effect Thursday.
The Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, or CALM, applies to broadcast, cable, satellite and other video providers. The Federal Communications Commission adopted the new rules last year, but gave television providers time to become fully compliant.
Suspected violators can be reported by the public to the FCC. CLICK HERE
to find out more about the CALM Act or to make a complaint.