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Home > FM Translators and LPFM > Comments Due July 6 on Proposed Rules for Resolving FM Translator Interference Complaints

By David Oxenford on June 6, 2018 Posted in AM Radio,FM Radio,FM Translators and LPFM

The FCC today published in the Federal Register a summary of its proposed rules for resolving complaints of interference to existing full-power stations or other existing FM services from new or relocated FM translators. We summarized the FCC’s proposals in its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking here and here. The publication in the Federal Register triggers the 30 day comment period. Comments are due by July 6 with reply comments due by August 6. There are certain to be many broadcasters expressing their views on the FCC’s proposals in this proceeding. Expect final FCC action late this year or sometime in 2019.


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