FCC nails KOMJ with $17,000 fine


FCCCochise Broadcasting, owner of Omaha AM KOMJ 1490 has been fined $17,000 by the FCC for failing to operate and staff a main studio with a public inspection file. Wyoming-based Cochise was ordered to pay the fine after the FCC last year filed an enforcement action, saying it tried and failed to locate the studio and the owner’s head office.

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