New Antenna Protection Rules Are a Win

These rules were placed in Part 1 of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, “Practice and Procedure” (§1.30001 – §1.30004).


Filing for an LPFM, the Abbreviated Version

In the current LPFM filing window, RW reader and contributor Dan Slentz has applied for a license in a small community in Ohio. We asked him to share his thoughts about his process in doing so.


FCC Gives LPFM Applicants More Guidance

How would applicants for a low-power FM license know how to determine predicted LPFM interference to third-adjacent channel translator input signals? We reported last week the FCC said it would provide such guidance and now the agency has.


FCC’s LPFM Webinar Rescheduled

The FCC has rescheduled its next low-power FM webinar. The event is slated for Oct. 24 from 1 to 2 p.m. The original date, affected by the government shutdown, was Oct. 3.


Challenge to Radio Station Purchase Helps Define FCC Radio Ownership Limits in Arbitron Markets

The case involved the purchase of a radio station in the Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia market. The Buyer already owned four FM stations in the market, and was buying a fifth.


LPFM Advocates Debate Window Scenarios

Low-power FM proponents are trying to figure out a plan to propose to the FCC about the planned LPFM application window once the government shutdown is over and the commission reopens.


'Life, Love & Family' Partners with The Truth Network to Reach Eight Million Potential New Listeners

Dr. Tim Clinton, host of the daily radio program "Life, Love & Family," is excited to welcome a new potential audience of up to eight million listeners in collaboration with The Truth Network broadcasting company.


Pai Continues Mission To Save AM Dial

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai told the Missouri Broadcasters Association, "You've Got a Friend in Me." Pai introduced a panel focused on the revitalization of AM radio.

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