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Localism Comments Due to FCC March 14

Changes proposed in the proceeding including scaling back or repealing the rule allowing unattended operations, tightening of the main studio rule and other modifications designed to make sure broadcasters are fulfilling their public service requirements, according to the agency.

The commission’s proceeding on broadcast localism has been published in the Federal Register, triggering comment deadlines.

Changes proposed in the proceeding including scaling back or repealing the rule allowing unattended operations, tightening of the main studio rule and other modifications designed to make sure broadcasters are fulfilling their public service requirements, according to the agency.

Public comments on the localism proceeding (MB Docket 04-233) are due to the FCC March 14 and replies on April 14.

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