Last month we reported that comment deadlines had been set with respect to the long-pending proposal to establish a “designated hitter” approach to assure that EAS announcements are broadcast in foreign languages when the audience includes a significant number of non-English speaking folks. If you’re thinking about filing comments in that proceeding, get your calendar and your eraser out. The Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau has just pushed the deadlines back a month. The Bureau was happy to do so particularly because the original proponent, the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council, was the one asking for more time. Comments in response to the Bureau’s request for comments are now due by May 28, 2014 and replies are due by June 12.