April is one of those months in which many FCC obligations are triggered for broadcasters. There are the normal obligations, like the Quarterly Issues Programs lists , that need to be in the public file of all broadcast stations, radio and TV, commercial and noncommercial, by April 10 . Quarterly Children’s television reports are due to be submitted by TV stations. And there are renewal obligations for stations in many states, as well as EEO Public File Reports that are due to be placed in station’s public files and on their websites. The end of March also brings the obligation for television broadcasters to start captioning live and near-live programming that is captioned on air, and then rebroadcast on the Internet . Finally, there are comment deadlines on the FCC’s proposal to relax the foreign ownership limits , and an FM auction and continuing FM translator filing requirements.