The comment dates have now been set on the FCC’s proposal to abolish the requirement that licensees of certain classes of broadcast stations (including translators and auxiliary stations) maintain a paper copy of the FCC rules. We wrote about that proposal, one of the first actions of Chairman Pai under the Modernization of Media Regulation initiative, here and here. The proposal was published in the Federal Register today, setting November 13 as the deadline for comments in this proceeding, and November 27 as the deadline for reply comments. If you are interested in making your views known on this issue, file your comments before the deadlines next month.
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