FCC Taps The Brakes On Class C4 FM Proposal

May 30, 2018

The radio industry’s lack of consensus about whether a new Class C4 FM proposal would do more harm than good to the radio dial has the Federal Communication Commission hitting the pause button. The proposal has been in the hands of the commissioners since early February and it’s so far failed to secure the backing needed to bring the item to a vote to clear its path forward.

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