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The first construction permits are expiring soon. You may eligible for an 18 month extension.
The REC Radio History Project is restoring AM station history, one market at a time.
Dave Solomon's Low Power FM Advocacy Group (LPFM.AG) has filed their Petition for Rulemaking with the FCC. If the FCC decides to assign a rulemaking number and move it forward for comments, it may take a month based on how long it took to move REC's LP-250 petition that became RM-11749.
On January 15, 2014, the FCC granted the first 107 of what is currently 1,875 construction permit grants. Here we are, just over 18 months later and we have seen the first construction permits expire. With a total of 144 grants made on January 15 & 16, 2014 with expiration dates of July 15 & 16, 2015 respectively, only five construction permits have lapsed:
On July 20, 1984, REC Networks started as California Comments, a recorded telephone service that provided "talk radio over the phone". Over the years, REC would go on to recording over 200 audio "output" programs for the phone lines as well as interactive voice "chat" services. In the late 90s, REC would start advocating for a citizen's right to access the airwaves. Today, REC Networks is going strong as one of the leading forces in LPFM providing advocacy, professional services and technology solutions.
The FCC has made a decision in the Orange County, CA MX Group #34 which involved four LPFM stations seeking to operate on 104.7 in Orange County and nearby Corona, California.
Within this group, two of the applicants had filed a time share agreement to aggregate their points.
A Petition to Deny was filed by LC Media, LP. LC Media is the licensee of two full-power co-channel stations on 104.7. All 4 LPFM applicants are the appropriate distances from the full power stations.