Three months ago, we wrote about a case where the FCC held that it would grant only one application from each MX Group in the recent NCE FM window for new noncommercial FM radio stations.  MX Groups arise when multiple applicants file applications that cannot all be granted without prohibited interference.  In some cases, an

The processing of the applications for new noncommercial FM stations marches on.  This week, the FCC released a list of groups of Mutually Exclusive applications (commonly known by those who regularly deal with the FCC as "MX groups"), i.e. applications that are linked together in that, because of interference concerns, not all can be granted.