Media Bureau Says AM Rule Change Will Be Effective April 10

March 20, 2017

Good news for AM broadcasters who want more flexibility in locating their FM translator signals.

The FCC Media Bureau has announced April 10 is the date when the AM rule change will be effective. The commission had previously warned broadcasters not to jump the gun and apply for waivers to apply for translators under the recently adopted rules.

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/business-and-law/0009/media-bureau-says-am-rule-change-will-be-effective-april-10/339346


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