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September 2003 Contents Online
Highlights of news items from the September 2003 issue.
Ibiquity Adopts new Audio Coder for IBOC
The new codec, called HDC, was developed jointly with strategic partner Coding Technologies.
FCC Announces Settlement Period Pending LPFM Apps
The FCC's Media Bureau has announced a settlement period for the mutually exclusive Low Power FM (LPFM) new station applicants named in a six-page list.
Patent Awarded for Internet Radio Ad Insertion
David Minter and Albert Baldocchi have been awarded US patent 6,577,716 covering insertion of advertising and other content into radio broadcasts streamed over the Internet.
FCC to Study Effect of Towers to Migratory Bird Paths
This Notice of Inquiry is part of the Commission’s environmental and historic preservation action plan announced by Chairman Powell in May 2003.
Powell Announces Plans to Enhance Localism
A Localism Task Force will gather information on broadcast localism and advise the Commission on concrete steps that can be taken to promote localism.
FCC Filing Freeze Ends, New Forms Made Available
The FCC has revised and approved forms 301, 314 and 315.
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