FCC May Change Or Scrap the Public Notices Rule

October 6, 2017

The Federal Communications Commission is poised to open the door to shifting another requirement on broadcasters to the internet. It will vote this month to launch a rulemaking that, if approved, would allow public notices related to the filing of a station application to be posted online, replacing required newspaper publication and on-air announcements.

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