FCC Locks the Front Door as Broadcasters Adapt to a Coronavirus World

March 13, 2020

FCC Locks the Front Door as Broadcasters Adapt to a Coronavirus World

The FCC announced this afternoon that “effective immediately, [we] will no longer allow visitors into our facilities, absent special permission from the Office of Managing Director.”  However, that announcement, strange as it would be under normal circumstances, was of no particular importance.  That’s because the same document noted that, starting tomorrow, the FCC is asking its staff to telework.

Read more at: https://www.commlawcenter.com/2020/03/fcc-locks-the-front-door-as-broadcasters-adapt-to-a-coronavirus-world.html



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