FCC Upholds Policy Of No Limits On Number Of FM Translators

July 9, 2018

In a key decision reinforcing several of the basic ways that broadcasters today use FM translators, the Federal Communications Commission has upheld its policy of allowing a company to own as many translators in a market as it can secure. The FCC has also stood by a Media Bureau policy that streamlines the process broadcasters go through to get new signals.

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