The FCC has revised its Schedule of Regulatory Fees in order to collect $218,757,000, as required by Congress for fiscal year 2002. The FCC is authorized to assess and collect annual regulatory fees to recover the costs of its enforcement, policy and rulemaking, international, and user information activities. Radio fees range from $500 for a Class A AM station serving a population of fewer than 20,000 to nearly $5,000 for Class B, C, C1 or C2 FM that serve a population of more than 1 million.
Comment Deadlines Set for FM Antenna Computer Modeling
FCC recently opened an NPRM to allow a rule change requested for antenna manufacturers
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NAB Expresses ‘Serious Concerns’ About Sohn FCC Nomination
The NAB cited her involvement as a director of the now defunct streaming service Locast but said it did not “currently oppose the nomination.”