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19-193: FCC proposes some technical changes to LPFM, eliminates Channel 6 protection requirements, avoids addressing the real issues facing LPFM stations for the sake of simplicity and to avoid controversy.

The Federal Communications Commission has released a draft Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to propose several technical changes to the Low Power FM (LPFM) radio service, many of these changes were originally proposed by REC Networks and were subject to public comment in the past.

As part of a regular policy that has been put into place at the FCC since Ajit Pai has been Chairman, draft releases of agenda items being considered at the upcoming open meeting of the Federal Communications Commission are made public.

REC files FCC petition to address NCE access for smaller communities through reverse "Raleigh" waivers.

REC Networks has filed a Petition for Rulemaking, or in the alternate, Petition for Declaratory Ruling with the Federal Communications Commission to address the issue of smaller communities being denied their first broadcast station because of lack of availability caused by higher powered stations centered around larger urbanized areas.

REC/KU3N 8 meter band FAQ

Greetings from Riverton.  

I have been reviewing the various articles, Facebook posts and yes, even QRZ.com for discussion on the 8-meter proposal.  Now with that said, here's some answers to some questions, comments and concerns made in the various channels...

Rant from Riverton: Why didn't REC change to a rainbow logo for Pride Month?

This is a difficult personal blog for me to write, but I do feel that it is worth an explanation.  Today’s REC is about diversity.  We even have the root word “diverse” in our current slogan “a leading advocate for a diverse dial.”  When you visit REC’s website or call up by phone, you hear that slogan.

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