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Long-Standing Rule to Post Broadcast Licenses Is Nixed

A posting in the Federal Register on February 8 made it official: Broadcasters no longer have to...

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FCC Suspends Most Operations

As the federal government shutdown enters its third week, the FCC announced on Thursday...

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FCC Looking to Deregulate Local Broadcasting

The agency will try to determine whether its current rule against a company owning more than two stations...

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FCC Votes to Eliminate Physical Broadcast License Posting

The FCC has voted on a Report and Order (a final vote) on eliminating requirements...

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FCC Starts Warning Stations of Noncompliance with Online Public Inspection File Rules

This morning, the FCC has started to email out notices to numerous radio stations throughout the country, notifying them...

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SpaceX Can Depoy Over 7,000 Broadband Satellites

Elon Musk’s rocket company, SpaceX, has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission...

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November Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters

November is perhaps the month with the lightest schedule of routine FCC regulatory filing obligations...

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O’Rielly: First Amendment Rights Worthy of Strongest Defenses

Though their words may be alternately frustrating, verbose or bombastic, the First Amendment rights of speech and the press must be supported...

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FCC's O'Rielly Warns KidVid Opponents That Rules Could Go Away

FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly used his speech at the Media Institute's Free Speech America gala in Washington Wednesday...

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FCC Scraps Paper Filings of Broadcast Contracts

The FCC voted unanimously Tuesday (Oct. 23) to eliminate the requirement that broadcasters--TV and radio--file paper...

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