Wave good bye to translator waivers

September 23, 2014

A plan to expedite via waiver the process by which an FM translator can move from one location to another in the name of AM revitalization was shot down by the FCC on procedural grounds – to the dismay of many including FCC Commissioner and AM champion Ajit Pai.

 

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