Reconsideration of New Ownership Reporting Requirements Sought

May 18, 2016

The saga of the FCC’s quest to devise the Perfect Ownership Report slogs on. Readers will recall that, back in January, the Commission adopted a new approach to identifying individual attributable owners for tracking purposes across reports (so long, SUFRN; hello, RUFRN!). Also, among other changes, noncommercial educational licensees were advised that they, too, would be having to identify their attributable principals individually.

Read more at: http://www.commlawblog.com/2016/05/articles/broadcast/update-reconsideration-of-new-ownership-reporting-requirements-sought/


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