FCC’s Dollar Pluck: Public File Violations Could Ding Pubcaster


It’s well-established by broadcasters that much of the FCC’s annual operating budgets comes from the dollars it collects through Notices of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture.

Yet, this week saw the Commission put the licensee of NPR and PBS member stations on notice that they could be on the hook for fines.

Together, the Commission would collect $30,000. And, it’s all because of public file foibles.

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