FCC Urged To Recalculate Plan For Reimbursing FM Repack Expenses

October 5, 2018

As the Federal Communications Commission decides how much FMs get reimbursed to cover costs tied to the TV repack, the National Association of Broadcasters and National Public Radio are urging the agency to drop any use of a sliding scale. NAB and NPR say basing reimbursement on amount of time off the air doesn’t make sense. They also tell of how some FMs are already being yanked off the air without any warning.

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