In June, the FCC fined Seggi Broadcasting of Florida $24,000 for failure to: have ID information on the two antenna structures, install obstruction lighting and clean or repaint the structures. Seggi told the commission the inspection occurred after WIPC(AM), Lake Wales, Fla., and its two towers used as a directional antenna system, were sold to Siber Media Group, and Siber should pay the penalties. The agency confirmed the sale and cancelled the penalty against Seggi.
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“It’s All Very Frustrating”: Life Under a Consent Decree
A compliance officer explains his issues with the FCC's political file initiative