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FCC Considers Extension of Online Public File Rules to Radio Stations
WASHINGTON—When the FCC adopted online public file rules in 2012 they decided to limit initial implementation to broadcast television stations, specifically declining to require radio, cable systems or other multichannel video programming distributors. However, the Commission is now considering the extension of the on-line public file rules to radio stations as well. The Mass Media Bureau is seeking comments as to whether or not the rules should be extended to radio, and if so, a timeline for implementation.
Interested parties may file comments on or before August 28, 2014 and reply comments on or before September 8, 2014. Comments may be filed electronically using by accessing the ECFS:
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