America's national emergency alert test is coming to your
New York CNN — Today is the day for the US government’s big emergency alert drill, which will send a test message to every TV, radio and cell phone in the nation. Starting at approximately.
An emergency alert test will sound Oct. 4 on all U.S
FEMA and FCC plan nationwide emergency alert test Oct. 4 00:41. Your electronic devices may alarm you on Wednesday — but there’s a reason for that. A nationwide test of the federal emergency.
What to know about the national emergency test on Oct. 4 : NPR
The aim of the test is to ensure the emergency messaging system is running smoothly in the event Americans are threatened by natural disasters, terrorism or other dangers to public safety. You.
Emergency alert: Why you will get a “THIS IS A TEST” message
WASHINGTON (AP) — “THIS IS A TEST”: If you have a cellphone or are watching television Wednesday, that message will flash across your screen as the federal government tests its emergency alert system used to tell people about emergencies.
Why Your Phone Will Get an Emergency Alert Text on Oct. 4
As part of the third-ever nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alerts system, all cell phones will receive a text notification with a “unique tone and vibration,” according to the.
The national emergency alert test, explained
This Wednesday, Oct. 4, the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will send notifications to mobile phones, televisions, and.
FEMA and FCC Plan Nationwide Emergency Alert Test for Oct. 4
The test message will be similar to the regular monthly EAS test messages with which the public is familiar. It will state: “This is a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, covering the United States from 14:20 to 14:50 hours ET. This is only a test. No action is required by the public.
US emergency alert system: Everything to know about the
The nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alerts system on 4 October will cause people’s mobile phones to vibrate and emit an audio tone, each action repeating twice, along with displaying a.
An emergency alert will hit your phone tomorrow. Here’s what
Don’t be alarmed by the emergency phone, radio and TV warnings. They are a FEMA and FCC test of the national alert systems. Here’s what to expect.
IPAWS National Test 2023
IPAWS National Test 2023. The test will reach millions of mobile phones across the country via Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), radio and television via the Emergency Alert System (EAS), and other communication pathways. Test will take place at approximately 2:20 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2023. Backup testing date is Oct. 11.