October 2, 2013
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, who can continue to work despite the agency shutdown because of how his position is funded, says he hopes the commission will soon act on a draft order addressing AM revitalization.
Speaking to the board of the National Religious Broadcasters at National Harbor in Maryland, near Washington, yesterday, Pai encouraged broadcasters to tell the commission what they think of its proposals, once those are released. His comments were similar to what he said in a video presentation to the recent Radio Show.
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