November 18, 2013
The seeds of the AM stations that are about to go on the FCC auction block date all the way back to 11/6/03, when the FCC first announced a window for proposals aimed at their creation. Now, more than ten years later, their auction to a group of mutually-exclusive proponents has been announced.
It won’t happen until next year – the auction is scheduled for 5/6/14. The FCC is accepting comments about the plan of action due 12/6/13, with reply comments due 12/20/13.
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