November Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters

October 30, 2018

November is perhaps the month with the lightest schedule of routine FCC regulatory filing obligations – with no requirements for EEO Public File Reports, Quarterly Issues Programs or Children’s Television Reports. Nor are there other routine obligations that come up in the course of any year, though during November of 2019, broadcasters will be preparing for next year’s December 1 Biennial Ownership Report deadline.

Read more at: https://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2018/10/articles/november-regulatory-dates-for-broadcasters-eas-form-three-lptv-and-fm-repacking-reimbursement-costs-and-fm-translator-long-form-applications/



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