Where Did That File Go?

New software designed to solve the headache of the station's PIFs
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Maintaining a station's public inspection file is often considered a low-priority job, done when someone remembers to do it … until it is too late, that is, and the FCC slaps you with a fine.

Riding to the rescue is Public Inspection File.com. Developed by Digital Juke Box, Public Inspection File is designed to automate and store a station's Public Inspection File electronically.

Public Inspection File's file structure follows FCC and industry practices, the company says. It allows for posting of the file to the station's Web site or another designated site. It will also back data up onto an off-site storage server for safe-keeping.

The program is Windows XP and Vista-compatible. A 30-day demo is available.