NAB Seeks FCC Rulemaking On Potential Translator Interference


The FCC on Thursday (4/20) received a petition for rulemaking from the  NAB  regarding the potential interference caused by FM translators to full-power radio stations. Specifically, the NAB proposed certain rule and order viagra usa policy changes designed to provide translator licensees greater flexibility to resolve any interference issues, and to facilitate “the efficient disposition of interference complaints against translators.” In its plea to improve the Commission’s translator interference complaint process, the NAB acknowleges that translators are an increasingly important part of radio broadcasters’ service to the public.

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NAB Seeks FCC Rulemaking On Potential Translator Interference

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