FCC Proposes to Streamline FM Translator Interference Processes
May 14, 2018
A new rulemaking proposed by the Federal Communications Commission would help to streamline and modify FM translator interference complaint and remediation procedures.
At its Open Meeting on May 10, the commission released a proposal that would provide greater certainty to full-power stations regarding complaint requirements, limit contentious factual disputes, and ensure prompt and consistent relief from actual translator interference, the FCC said in a release.
Read more at: https://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/fcc-proposes-to-streamline-fm-translator-interference-processes
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