FCC Retires Two Forms As It Moves To New Filing System
November 20, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission has announced a retirement that will impact every radio and television station. It’s not a person—it’s a pair of forms. As part of its process of migrating broadcast ownership reporting on Form 323 (for commercial stations) and Form 323-E (for noncommercial stations) from the Consolidated Database System to the agency’s Licensing and Management System (LMS), the Media Bureau says the existing CDBS-versions of the biennial ownership forms will no longer be available after Nov. 27.
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