FCC Outright Dismisses All 998 Informal Objections by LPFM Advocacy Groups

June 13, 2018

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

In mid-May, the Center for International Media Action, Common Frequency and Prometheus Radio Project filed objections to 998 applications because the FCC had not been properly ensuring that the LPFM and translator applicants were receiving equal opportunity as necessitated by the Local Community Radio Act.

Read more at: https://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/fcc-outright-dismisses-all-998-informal-objections-by-lpfm-advocacy-groups



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