What Does the Public File Change Mean for Radio Broadcasters?

January 31, 2017

The Federal Communications Commission has amended its public inspection file rules to eliminate the correspondence file that previously mandated radio and television stations keep a physical copy of emails and letters they received.

Now the communications law community is commenting about the change’s impact on broadcasters.

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/business-and-law/0009/what-does-the-public-file-change-mean-for-radio-broadcasters/339066


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