FCC Extends Deadline for Asymmetrical Sideband Comments 

The new deadlines add an additional two weeks. The new comment deadline is Jan. 3, 2012.

A Change in Interference Protection Rules? 

A recent petition for rulemaking filed with the Commission would change the interference protection rules for the non-reserved FM band to largely match the rules in other services.

FCC Solicits Comments Regarding Asymmetrical IBOC Sideband Transmission 

Interested parties may submit comments on or before 21 days after the date of publication of a summary of this Public Notice in the Federal Register.

Obama Nominates Rosenworcel and Pai for FCC Seats 

Both have established careers on Capitol Hill and have been advisers to the FCC. They would fill the seats of Copps and Attwell Baker.

FM Translator Moves Granted Under Certain Circumstances 

The FCC has proposed the adoption of "floors" that would limit the processing of FM translators in markets where there was not sufficient spectrum for the introduction of future LPFM stations.

National EAS Test and CAP Compliance Extension 

The FCC and FEMA are getting ready for the national test. Are you ready?

FCC Extends EAS CAP Compliance Deadline - Again 

An additional nine months have been allotted for stations to be compliant.

Ownership Report Submissions Pushed Back 

On Aug. 23, 2011, the Commission released a public notice announcing it has pushed back the filing deadline for the Reports until Dec. 1, 2011.

The End of the Fairness Doctrine 

No longer enforced, but still in the FCC Rules, the Fairness Doctrine required broadcasters to balance opposing views on controversial issues of public significance.

FCC Update on Nov 2011 National EAS Test 

The FCC has issued a public notice to clarify some details of the upcoming national EAS test.

FCC Amends Part 101 to Increase BAS Bandwidth and Remove Last Link Limitation 

The final link rule, which prohibited broadcasters from using non-BAS frequencies for their last mile links, has been lifted.

LPFM/FM Translator Resolution in Sight? 

The FCC has proposed the creation of LPFM ceiling floors that would condition the processing of FM translator applications on the availability of spectrum remaining in local markets for LPFM use.

EAS News Update 

The FCC has released a Third Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, in which the Commission proposes a comprehensive review of the current EAS structure, and what steps should be taken to integrate new technology into future versions of the nation's alert system.

House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Examines FCC Reform 

The hearing focused on how to codify best practices to ensure consistency from issue to issue and from one commission to the next.

FCC Releases Five Media Ownership Research Studies 

The five studies were conducted by outside researchers and examine a range of issues that affect diversity, competition and localism.

FCC Studies Impact on LPFM Service 

Given the breadth of the Commission's call for comments, those that have information on the economic impact of LPFM stations should strongly consider filing comments.

Nondiscrimination Certification Raises More Questions 

Recent pronouncements by the FCC necessitate a more thorough review of the nondiscrimination policy certification to be made in the renewal application.

Early Preparation for Renewal Cycle Required 

Over the years, the FCC has reduced the amount of information that licensees are required to submit with their renewal applications, but the FCC requires licensees to make a series of certifications by which licensees confirm that they have complied with the FCC's rules.

FCC Modifies Radio Move-In Policies 

Licensing a station for a small community with the intent of serving an urban metro is getting new scrutiny from the FCC.

Broadband for First Responders Act of 2011 Threatens 450MHz RPU Band 

To offset the cost of construction of this network, the bill looks to auction the 450MHz spectrum, but does not propose replacement spectrum for BAS use.

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