A summary of the FCC’s proposed rule changes regarding procedures to resolve complaints of interference caused by FM Translators to primary stations was published in the Federal Register today.  That event established July 6 as the deadline for initial comments and August 6 as the deadline for replies.

The FCC proposals are designed to streamline the interference resolution process. The proposed changes address both 1) what will be required in filing complaints and 2) the options available to resolve interference.

For more in-depth analysis of this proposal, CommLawBlog has it all broken down here, courtesy of Dan Kirkpatrick.

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