FCC Loosens Reporting Requirements for Noncommercial Stations
April 20, 2017
The FCC has voted to give noncommercial stations more flexibility in reporting ownership information to the FCC for diversity purposes.
The vote reverses a decision under the previous FCC chairman that required officers and board members for noncom entities to provide personal information, which noncoms had argued could discourage people from volunteering for those important posts.
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