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Inside The FCC’s Proposed Incubator Plan For Radio

Small businesses, struggling station owners, and new entrants would all benefit from what the Federal Communications Commission has...

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FCC Upholds Policy Of No Limits On Number Of FM Translators

In a key decision reinforcing several of the basic ways that broadcasters today use FM translators...

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Radio Asks FCC For Fee-Free Filing Of Satellite Receivers

Satellites have become a modern age backbone of broadcasting as much as a tower sitting in a field or atop a mountain.

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FCC Outright Dismisses All 998 Informal Objections by LPFM Advocacy Groups

The mass of nearly 1,000 informal objections filed by three LPFM advocacy groups has been outright dismissed by the Federal Communications Commission.

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FCC Rejects LPFM Advocates’ Effort To Block New FM Translators

Dozens of companies can breathe a sigh of relief after the Federal Commissions Commission announced...

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FCC Taps The Brakes On Class C4 FM Proposal

The radio industry’s lack of consensus about whether a new Class C4 FM proposal would do more harm than good to the radio dial...

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Auction 99 Bidders Pony Up For 11 FM Translators

The final (virtual) gavel draws Auction 99 to a close at the Federal Communications Commission. The agency says...

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FCC Proposes Lowering Most Radio 2018 License Fees

The Federal Communications Commission is proposing to collect $322,035,000 in regulatory fees from broadcasters...

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Sides Are Split on Those 998 Objections

Industry reactions are swift and decisive over LPFM advocacy groups’ claim that FCC allowed spectrum grab.

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Are Hundreds Of Pending FM Translators In Jeopardy?

It may be classified as an Informal Objection, but if you’re awaiting FCC approval on a pending translator application...

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FCC Proposes to Streamline FM Translator Interference Processes

A new rulemaking proposed by the Federal Communications Commission would help to streamline and modify FM translator interference complaint and remediation procedures

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FCC Satellite Proposal Raises Interference Worries For Radio

Broadcasters have for months been sounding the alarm that allowing mobile broadband providers into portions of C-band spectrum...

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More Congressional Support For LRFA

Four Members of the House of Representatives and one Senator have added their support to a resolution...

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CBRS: The Path Ahead

The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) was originally envisioned as a true people’s broadband radio service – one that would be either free or highly affordable for small...

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Congress Sidelines Radio Royalty To Advance Copyright Reform

It’s all comes down to timing for why a proposal to create a performance royalty for AM/FM airplay isn’t part of a sweeping music...

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