Comments on FCC Proposals for More AM Revitalization Efforts Due March 21

March 7, 2016

The FCC’s proceeding on revitalizing AM radio is headed into its second phase, looking at further steps that it can take to assist the oldest broadcast service adapt and thrive in the new media world. In the Fall, the FCC adopted certain policy and rule changes to help AM stations, most notably allowing wider use of FM translators to rebroadcast AM stations through waivers allowing translators to change channels and be moved up to 250 miles to serve an AM station (see our articles here and here for more details).

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2016/03/articles/comments-on-fcc-proposals-for-more-am-revitalization-efforts-due-march-21-what-questions-are-on-the-table/


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