Noncomms Can Raise Funds for Third Parties—Within Reason.
July 10, 2017
Don’t be surprised if you hear noncommercial stations ramp up their level of community fundraising efforts during the next several months. New rules allowing noncommercial radio and television stations to raise money for third-party not-for-profit groups have kicked in.
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