FCC To Vote On Proposal To Abolish Paper Filings Requirement
October 2, 2018
Paper is again the focus of the Federal Communications Commission chair Ajit Pai’s ongoing media modernization initiative. He’s cued up a vote for this month’s Commission meeting on a proposal to eliminate the need for broadcasters to submit paper copies of certain contracts and other documents relating to ownership and control of stations, such as time brokerage and joint sales agreements.
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