FCC’s New Math Means Slight Reduction In 2019 Fees For Radio
August 28, 2019
How much radio stations will be required to pay in annual regulatory fees to the Federal Communications Commission has been reduced slightly from what the agency proposed earlier this year. In an order unanimously adopted earlier this month, but only made public late Tuesday, the Commission said its initial fee proposal had undercounted the number of radio stations by 553.
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