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Newsletter Archive

2019

January – Inside: FCC looks to eliminate mid-term EEO reports; Non-Com app processing up for review; license posting rules abolished; and more…

2018

December – Inside: FCC launching quadrennial review; Media Bureau begins checking online public files; hurricane response evaluated; and more…

November – Inside: Class A AMs studied again; Congress passes MMA; FCC eliminates contract filings; and more…

October – Inside: C-band registration due Oct. 17; Court affirms webcasting rates; Media Bureau issues repack reminder; and more…

September – Inside: Regulatory fees dues Sept. 25; Ruling: Remix of pre-1972 recording not a new work; National EAS test postponed; and more…

August – Inside: National EAS test Sept. 20; FCC creates radio incubator program; Proposal for reimbursing FM/LPTV for repack; and more…

July – Inside: Kidvid rules update; FCC addresses false EAS alerts; C-band registration extended to October 17; and more…

June – Inside: FCC opens class C4 inquiry; Lower Regulatory fees for FY18?; Uniform systems adopted for EAS plans; and more…

May – Inside: FCC addresses translator interference; C-Band downlinks frozen; registration open through 7/18; LPTV special displacement filing window extended through 6/1; and more…

April – Inside: Repack funds get a boost – include LPTVs and FMs; LPTV displacement filing window open; $15k fine for unauthorized restructuring; and more…

March – Inside: FCC proposes to eliminate mid-term EEO report; Renewal apps designated for hearing; Rule books no longer required; and more…

February – Inside: All radio public files online by March 1; Noncomm FM pays $115k underwriting fine; Modernization for paper contract rule?; and more…

 

 

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