FCC Allows Noncoms to Fundraise for Third Parties
April 21, 2017
The FCC has voted to allow noncommercial stations not funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to use up to 1% of their airtime to conduct fundraising for third-party nonprofits. That would include noncommercial religious stations raising money for charity.
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