An Arizona Broadcaster Gets A Violation Warning


There’s something different at the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau in the few months since Chairman Ajit Pai succeeded former Chairman Tom Wheeler.

One of those changes is the public issuance of notices of violation—a precursor to what could be a Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture, commonly known in the radio industry as an “NAL.”

That’s one reason why it’s become known that an AM radio station in Coolidge, Ariz., has run afoul of the Commission’s rules on tower fences, improper transmitter power, staffing, and the absence of EAS logs.

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