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FCC Extends Certain FilingDeadlines
Washington - Mar 31, 2004 - The FCC's Media Bureau has allowed a two-week extension, until April 15, 2004, for the filing of the following forms for radio stations in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee:
FCC Form 303-S - Application for Renewal of Broadcast Station Licenses.
FCC Form 396 - Broadcast Equal Employment Opportunity Report.
FCC Forms 323/323E - License Renewal Ownership Report. Commercial and noncommercial educational radio stations.
Recently, Consolidated Database System (CDBS) users have experienced electronic filing difficulties. During the past several weeks computer difficulties also have caused system outages. This filing extension will provide a reasonable opportunity for affected licensees and CDBS users to timely file these forms.
A petition to deny an Indiana, Kentucky or Tennessee radio station license renewal application filed after April 1, 2004, will be due 90 days from the release of the public notice accepting for filing the renewal application. Some applicants, permittees and licensees may have experienced difficulties in timely filing amendments, settlements and contracts. The bureau will waive these requirements in appropriate circumstances.
For further information, contact the FCC Audio Division at 202-418-2700.
Aircheck Acquires MediaMonitors
White Plains, NY - Apr 2, 2004 - Aircheck has purchased Media Monitors, the broadcast monitoring company based in Indianapolis. Aircheck already provides broadcast monitoring and automated audio identification services, delivering broadcast information to the radio and advertising communities with online, same-day data via its website, www.aircheck.net.
Media Monitors will retain its existing name and becomes a division of Aircheck. The principal owners of Media Monitors, John Selig and Anita Selig, are being named executives within the new division by Aircheck.
Aircheck technology matches audio to fingerprints of thousands of commercials and songs. Aircheck is a wholly-owned subsidiary of RCS.
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