MDCL Process Is Now More of a Formality
February 2, 2016
AM stations that want to use MDCL can do so without FCC authority as of March 3 as long as they notify the commission afterwards.
That’s one upshot of the recent AM revitalization order. Comm law firm Fletcher Heald & Hildreth has been keeping an eye on some of the administrative details and reports on its blog that the federal Office of Management and Budget now has given its approval to a section of the rules and to Form 338, the AM Station Modulation-Dependent Carrier Level Notification Form.
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