Understanding the FCC FM Translator Settlement Process
November 1, 2017
Earlier this summer, the Federal Communications Commission opened a window to accept new FM translator applications for the carriage of either Class C or D AM stations. This window — which was open between July 26 and August 2, 2017 — was for those Class C and D AM stations that did not receive a translator in last year’s 250-mile waiver windows and were looking to file for a new FM translator to rebroadcast their AM station.
Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/0002/understanding-the-fcc-fm-translator-settlement-process/340686
Get the Media Source Newsletter on your smartphone or tablet now!
To rebut threatening letters sent to Kentucky’s public schools by an atheist group attempting to stop field trips to the Ark Encounter, Ken Ham, CEO/founder of the Ark, has mailed letters to the superintendents of the same schools to assure them of the legality of sending classes on an official school trip to the popular attraction in Northern Kentucky.Posted on January 16, 2019
The manifesto was initially unveiled in August 2017 and has been signed by over 22,000 Christian leaders in the United States.Posted on January 14, 2019
Filed Tuesday in the Superior Court of California for the county of Santa Clara, this is the second lawsuit...Posted on January 14, 2019
Even when someone as prominent as international evangelist Franklin Graham was banned from Facebook for 24 hours during Christmas week...Posted on January 14, 2019