|Third MX Settlement Window - OPEN! FILING STARTS DECEMBER 24!|
From December 24, 2014 through March 23, 2015 at 6:00PM EST, specific LPFM applicants in the states of AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, OK, PR and TX can file major change amendments to break out of MX groups. Lead scoring applicants in each group can file partial settlement agreements for the purpose of aggregating points. The deadline for filing amendments and time share are the same for this window!
For engineering assistance, please contact us at 1-844-REC-LPFM.
For a list of the LPFM applicants that may be participating in this filing window, click here. (Tentative selectees have a yellow background.)
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Here are some recently asked questions and other trivial bits about LPFM. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
Question added on December 23, 2014
Where can I find the rule that requires LPFM stations to run a certified transmitter?
See §73.1660(a)(2) (An LPFM transmitter shall be certified for compliance with the requirements of this part following the procedures described in part 2 of the this chapter.). Also, see §2.907 (Certification) and §2.925 (Identification of equipment).
Questions added or revised on December 8, 2014
When Rodger Skinner wrote the petition that resulted in RM-9242, one of the petitions that became a part of the Mass Media Docket 99-25 rulemaking that eventually created the LPFM service, he envisioned that LPFM would mirror the structure of Low Power TV. This included the ability for LPFM stations to be allowed to carry commercials.
As of January 23, 2015
The following list includes all of the applicants except those in the states where MX Window #3 is currently open that are still pending and what appears to be the reason why these applications are still pending. Applications subject to disposition subsequent to the release of this list.
We will try to update this list every weekend.
MX window 3 open
MX window 3 open
REC is starting off the new year with an ehnanced version of the REC Broadcast Query tool.
The primary new feature in Broadcast Query is the Show More Application Details link. This link will replace the map with information from various FCC CDBS data files regarding the application. Much of the information are the application indicators that reflect information that was entered on the application. This screen will also include main studio information (mainly for LPFM), the parties (board members) to the application and the signatories.