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FCC Reminds Small Market TV That Political File Goes Online As of July 1, 2014

April 7, 2014

The FCC on Friday issued a reminder to all TV stations that, as of July 1, they will have to upload all of their new political broadcasting documents to their online public files.  Up to this point, only stations affiliated with the Top 4 networks in the Top 50 markets had to worry about putting their political file materials online.  Later this year, that obligation is extended to all TV stations.

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