Kathleen Victory has nearly thirty-five years experience handling complex business transactions as well as corporate, and financing matters. Her general corporate experience includes advice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate formation, governance, employment and finance law. In the broadcast area she represents clients in administrative, rulemaking, licensing and compliance proceedings before the Federal Communications Commission. Her clientele includes radio and television licensees, cable and microwave communications companies, providers of emerging technologies and trade associations. She is actively involved in the Federal Communications Bar.
As many of you are aware – especially those subject to the looming January 10th issues/programs list upload deadline – the FCC’s online public file system has been painfully slow or nonfunctional since the beginning of this year. As a result, the FCC issued a public notice on Friday extending the time for uploading all … Continue Reading
When the Federal Communications Commission meets on June 8, it is slated to issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding FM6 stations, commonly referred to as “Franken FMs.” The FCC has released a draft of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that is expected to be adopted at its June 8th meeting. This will be the … Continue Reading
On Friday, May 27th, the FCC issued a Public Notice announcing that the Legacy Commission Registration System (Legacy CORES) – currently used to obtain and update FRNs for individuals, licensees and other entities doing business with the FCC – would be decommissioned on Friday, July 15th, 2022 at 6pm. After that time, the current Commission … Continue Reading
In announcing the first round of 2013 EEO audits, the Commission tells us that it's trying to make life easier for folks who made the list. You might want to take that claim with a grain of salt.… Continue Reading
Flash - Channel 13 is now a UHF channel, according to some FCC reg fee notices! Just another reason to read any and all FCC notices carefully and to be prepared to raise questions when things don't look right.… Continue Reading