FCC Kills Correspondence File Requirement
January 31, 2017
U.S. commercial broadcast stations will no longer need to retain copies of letters and emails from the public.
The Federal Communications Commission has amended its public inspection file rules. Over the past year or two it has already been scaling back and revising longtime public file requirements, and moving the public file process almost entirely online.
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