November Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters
November 1, 2017
While November is an odd numbered month in which there are no deadlines for EEO Public File or Mid-term Reports, and it is not the beginning of a new calendar quarter when Quarterly Issues Programs Reports are added to a station’s public file and Quarterly Children’s Television Reports are filed with the FCC, that does not mean that there are no dates of interest to broadcasters this month.
Read more at: https://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2017/11/articles/november-regulatory-dates-for-broadcasters-including-broadcast-ownership-atsc-main-studio-eas-tv-improvements-and-fm-translator-settlements/
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