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FCC Will Open Three-Week Window For New Translator Permits

The effort to process and award FM translators to the scores of broadcast who filed applications during a special window for AM owners...

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Understanding the FCC FM Translator Settlement Process

Earlier this summer, the Federal Communications Commission opened a window to accept new FM translator applications for the...

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FM Dominates Growth in Broadcast Station Totals

The lower-power segments of translators and low-power FMs have been particularly vibrant, but recent times have seen...

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FCC Chairman Calls on Apple to Turn on FM Reception in iPhones

Pai -- chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and already something of a hero to many U.S. radio broadcasters for his...

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Movement To Push Russia’s State-Sponsored Station Off DC Air.

Several members of Congress are asking the Federal Communications Commission to take a closer look at the operations of...

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FCC About to Take More AM Steps

When the FCC meets next week it plans to vote on an order that would relax certain technical rules for AM stations in the United States.

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Online Public File to Bring New Scrutiny to Issues/Programs Lists

Believe it or not, the date by which all radio stations must have their complete public files online is now less than six months away.

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FCC Releases Draft AM Revitalization Order to Simplify Proofs of Performance

Last week, the FCC released a draft of an order to simplify the proofing of AM stations.

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FCC Releases a Potential “Shopping List” of Channels that Will Be Available in a Future Auction

It has been over two years since the last window allowing applicants to file for new FM stations...

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Radio Faces A Big Test In Pennsylvania That Will Affect The Country

Having grown up in Pennsylvania and returning there frequently to visit family, I can tell you with some certainty that the state isn't exactly...

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TV to Swallow All of FCC’s Repack Fund Before Radio Gets Any.

If radio stations were hoping to get a slice of the $1.75 billion Congress set aside to cover television stations’ costs associated with...

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NAB Cheers FCC Proposal to Raise Fee Exemption

Points out smaller stations can't pass them on as line items.

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LPFM Stations Get a Boost

For the first time, the FCC just granted booster stations to two LPFMs in California.

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FCC Grants CPs for LPFM Booster Stations

The FCC’s rapid expansion of FM translator and booster services now includes the world of low-power FM stations.

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Conservative talk-show host and First Amendment litigator is Trump’s newest lawyer

Jay Sekulow is a fixture on conservative talk radio and a celebrity among conservative organizations.

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