LPFMs Want FCC To Pause On Translator Siting Rules.

May 24, 2017

Roughly 200 AM broadcasters have already filed applications to relocate translators based on the new translator siting rules. But low-power advocates fear the revisions will “box in” LPFMs and are asking the FCC to issue a stay to any proposed relocations until after a petition seeking a second look at the rule change is completed.

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