Battle Lines are Drawn in Translator Interference Rules Order

September 3, 2019

The FCC allowed FM translators to resolve interference issues by changing channels, standardized information that must be submitted, established new resolution procedures and set a new outer contour limit interference complaints to be considered.

But in the months since, a number of organizations have called on the FCC to reconsider its stance.

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