FCC Proposes Lowering Most Radio 2018 License Fees

May 23, 2018

The Federal Communications Commission is proposing to collect $322,035,000 in regulatory fees from broadcasters and other regulated industries this year. That would be a 9% reduction compared to what it collected a year ago. Under the proposed fee structure, the FCC intends to slightly reduce what radio stations pay this year – even though its overall spending plan has increased 3% compared to the current fiscal year.

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