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Filing of Applications; Modernization of Media Regulation Initiative; Revision of the Public Notice Requirements; Correction
On June 18, 2020, the Federal Communications Commission revised Commission rules. That document incorrectly listed a cross- reference. This document corrects the final regulations.
Filing of Applications; Modernization of Media Regulation Initiative; Revision of the Public Notice Requirements
In this document the Commission adopts changes to its rules and procedures for broadcast station applicants to provide public notice of application filings to the principal area that is served or to be served by the station. The changes are designed to improve, streamline, and standardize the notices, including replacing notice by newspaper with...
In this document, the Federal Communications Commission (Commission) adopts a Report and Order (Order) to improve technical rules that primarily affect Low Power FM (LPFM) radio stations.
FMCSA revises the hours of service (HOS) regulations to provide greater flexibility for drivers subject to those rules without adversely affecting safety. The Agency expands the short-haul exception to 150 air-miles and allows a 14-hour work shift to take place as part of the exception; expands the driving window during adverse driving...