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FCC eases rules for new Tribal stations

FCC eases rules for new Tribal stations

At the Commission’s March meeting the FCC approved changes to the rules governing priority for new tribe-owned stations intended to serve Native American populations. Previously, priority for licenses was granted to federally-recognized Tribes seeking licenses to serve Tribal-owned lands, such as reservations. The March 3 report and order (PDF) now gives Tribes the opportunity to […]

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Radio's Fall - Part One: No Money, Mo' Problems

Radio’s Fall – Part One: No Money, Mo’ Problems

Editor’s Note: Radioactive Gavin has collected more than 300 articles on radio and digital music over the past 3 months for Common Frequency. This is the first of a series of seven posts he will be contributing in the coming weeks,¬†looking back at the end of a rough year in radio. Conservatives crying “Defund NPR” […]

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FCC moves to fast track Native American radio

Federally recognized Native American Tribes and Alaska Native Villages who apply for AM or FM radio stations will get “Tribal Priority” status, thanks to an FCC decision released today. Tribal Priority will give precedence to their applications or to companies controlled by tribes that want to set up stations intended to serve tribal land areas. […]

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