NAB Asks FCC to Waive Public File Rules

NAB Asks FCC to Waive Public File Rules
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Because radio and TV stations have been targets of anthrax scares, NAB asked the FCC to waive a portion of the station public file rules for 60 days. The association asked that stations be excused from retaining in their public files all written comments received from the public regarding station operation.
“Stations are screening letters and packages for indicators of a possible threat …and returning such mail, unopened, to the U.S. Postal Service,” stated NAB President/CEO Eddie Fritts in his letter to the FCC.

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