FCC Update

Martin, Harry
June 1999
Broadcast Engineering;Jun99, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the rules of the United States Federal Communications Commission as of June 1999. Revocation of the license of Trinity Broadcasting for station WHFT(TV) in Miami, Florida; Penalties for a station in Washington for failing to keep its tower lit and painted; Use of auctions to resolve mutual exclusivity among commercial broadcasting applicants.


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