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The change allows AM stations to use FM translator stations now licensed or authorized in construction permits that have not expired.
While the monetary fine is set aside, the station is still being admonished for the error.
If signed into law, the bill will require terrestrial broadcasters to pay a performance fee on music played over the air.
Some speculate if this vandalism is related to the vandalism at the KRKO tower site in Washington.
This bill will remove the exemption from paying a copyright performance fee on music that terrestrial radio stations currently enjoy.
While an ecological organization has claimed responsibility, the FBI isn't so sure.
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