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Widelity Targets Public File Compliance

Service provider offers help with maintaining online public information files

Widelity, broadcast services, FCC requirementsWidelity describes itself as a “provider of business and network engineering consulting services for broadcasting and telecom service operators.”

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It is pointing out a need that many broadcasters are encountering in the COVID pandemic — lack of staffing for fulfilling online public information file (OPIF) maintenance requirements. It is offering itself as a third-party contractor for such services.

The consultancy offers many FCC-related services for broadcasters such as license renewal assistance, compliance audits, EEO compliance monitoring and more.

Widelity’s Mike Lasky and Jim Glogowski specialize in helping stations maintain and keep current on filings.