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How to comment on and keep track of FCC proceedings

June 16, 2014

It has been a relatively quiet week in social media radio-land. Don’t worry, Pandora, Spotify, Last.fm . . . they’re all puttering along. Gazillions of listeners are listening and clicking “like” buttons, or not, but nothing earth shaking has happened over the last few days. So instead of the regular updates we schedule for Mondays, I thought I’d offer a quick tutorial on how to be socially interactive with the Federal Communications Commission’s comment and proceedings databases.



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