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December Regulatory Deadlines For Broadcasters – Renewals, Ownership Reports, CALM Act, and TV Form 317

Posted in Digital Television, General FCC, License Renewal, Noncommercial Broadcasting, Programming Regulations, Television
While we were sidetracked by the government shutdown in posting reminders about regulatory deadlines for broadcasters during the last two months, it’s about time to put that behind us, and to resume our monthly practice. While everyone may be looking forward to the holidays, they need to remember that December does bring a number of regulatory obligations for broadcasters … Continue Reading

DTV Station Reminder: FCC Form 317 Reporting on Ancillary Services Due Dec. 1st

Posted in Digital Television, Low Power Television/Class A TV
By December 1, 2011, all commercial and noncommercial full power digital television (DTV) stations, as well as all digital low power, Class A, and television translator stations must electronically file an FCC Form 317 with the FCC. This Form reports whether the station has provided any ancillary and supplementary services during the twelve-month period ending on … Continue Reading

DTV Station Reminder: FCC Form 317 Reporting on Ancillary Services Due Dec. 1st

Posted in Digital Television
By December 1, 2010, all commercial and noncommercial digital television (DTV) stations must electronically file an FCC Form 317 with the FCC. This Form reports whether the station has provided any ancillary and supplementary services during the twelve-month period ending on September 30, 2010. Under the Commission’s Rules, in addition to providing free over-the-air broadcast … Continue Reading

DTV Ancillary and Supplemental Services Fee Report Due December 1st

Posted in Digital Television, Television
By December 1, 2008, all commercial and noncommercial digital television (DTV) stations must electronically file an FCC Form 317 with the Commission reporting on whether the station has provided any ancillary and supplementary services during the twelve-month period ending on September 30, 2008.  Under the Commission’s Rules, in addition to providing free over-the-air broadcast television, … Continue Reading