FCC Releases Draft AM Revitalization Order to Simplify Proofs of Performance

September 14, 2017

Last week, the FCC released a draft of an order to simplify the proofing of AM stations. This order will be considered at the FCC’s September 26 meeting. While the proposals to be adopted are part of the AM Revitalization proceeding, even the Commission recognizes that these are not fundamental changes in the way that stations operate, but instead technical changes that can, hopefully, save some AM stations some money.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2017/09/articles/fcc-releases-draft-am-revitalization-order-to-simplify-proofs-of-performance/



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