Online Public Inspection File for Radio Still in the Future

March 4, 2016

In the last day or two, some broadcast trade press reports may have given the impression that the FCC’s new online public file rules for radio may now be “effective,” suggesting that Top 50 market stations with 5 or more full-time employees need to start uploading their new political documents into the file (the first documents that will need to go into these files.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2016/03/articles/online-public-inspection-file-for-radio-still-in-the-future-practical-impact-still-a-few-months-away/


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