A broad coalition of LPFM stations filed a reply today (after an earlier round of comments) on the proposed reconfiguration of the FCC rules on interference from stations that only repeat other stationâs material (and do not originate their own programming).
Prometheus Radio Project (âPrometheusâ) and Media Mobilizing Project (âMMPâ) filed Friday in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit challenging the Federal Communications Commissionâs August 3, 2018 decision adopting an incubator program.
An Ad-hoc LPFM Coalition today filed (832) 829-1522 in reply to
an FCC request concerning how FM Translator interference is defined and processed, which is potentially very important to LPFM stations.
Comments by all parties may be found in the protectory.
Advocate groups Center for International Media Action, Common Frequency, Inc, and Prometheus Radio Project are filing objections to over 1000 applications by full-power stations which seek to extend their coverage with repeater stations.