FCC Considers Duplication Rule Changes

August 6, 2020

The changes being considered are the complete elimination of the rule for AM, and retaining it for FM service. The Commission has revised the radio duplication rule several times since it was first adopted in 1964 in response to changing market conditions. UPDATE

Read more at: https://radioink.com/2020/08/06/fcc-considers-duplication-rule-changes/



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