Third MX Settlement Window - ANY DAY NOW!!
Once approved by the Commission and a public notice released,, specific LPFM applicants in the states of AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, OK, PR and TX can file major change amendments and lead scoring applicants in each group can file partial settlement agreements for the purpose of aggregating points.

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.

For the daily MX window updates
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LPFM FAQ - revised December 8, 2014

Here are some recently asked questions and other trivial bits about LPFM. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Questions added or revised on December 8, 2014


What if we have another government shutdown?

With the potential of a government shutdown looming again, let's take a look at how this will impact LPFM.  

All of you who had filed in the 2013 LPFM filing window were already impacted by the previous government shutdown.  During that shutdown, all non-essential government services were shut down including services from websites.  Here's how things are likely going to work in the event of another shutdown:


REC reminds LPFM applicants in MX Window 2 of upcoming deadlines

Just as a reminder to LPFM applicants who are mutually exclusive in the second window which includes the states of CT, DC, DE, IL, IN, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WI and WV, your filing deadlines are coming near. 


HCCN (Cesar Guel) files for Chapter 7 in Texas

According to public records, Hispanic Christian Community Network, which is headed by Antonio Cesar Guel has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the Texas Northern District Bankruptcy Court in Dallas.

Included in the list of creditors are tower companies such as American Tower, Clear Channel and Spectrasite.  The list also includes antenna manufacturer Jampro, the Internal Revenue Service among many more.  

We are not aware yet of what types of business operations HCCN will be permitted to engage in if any and what the status of the HCCN owned (non-LPFM) construction permits and licenses will be.  It will be up to the bankruptcy court to make those decisions.

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