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Re: crtech Digest 2 Feb 2018 18:41:02 -0000 Issue 15208
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Subject: Re: crtech Digest 2 Feb 2018 18:41:02 -0000 Issue 15208
From: Tim Madeira <Tim@wrgn.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2018 15:04:16 -0500
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We went through a webinar through our state Association of broadcasting attorneys concerning the FCC Public Access file. One of the things the attorney said is essentially, "the licensee is responsible for all content in the public file." If the FCC information that has been put there by the FCC is incorrect, WE are responsible to correct it. If it's not there, WE are responsible to put it there. Basically, the FCC did us a favor by putting up the information they already have, but if that information is not correct or non-existent, we need to fill in the blanks. 

Are we having fun yet?


Tim Madeira
General Manager

2457 SR 118
Hunlock Creek, PA 18621


On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 1:41 PM, <crtech-digest-help@crtech.org> wrote:

crtech Digest 2 Feb 2018 18:41:02 -0000 Issue 15208

Topics (messages 85482 through 85486):

        85482 by: Andy Larsen
        85483 by: Bill Hurne
        85486 by: Bill Hurne


From: Andy Larsen [mailto:andy@whwl.net]
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2018 6:59 AM
To: CRTech
Subject: Re: [CRTech] OPIF


Along those same lines, in the "applications" section, the stated retention requirement is until final action is taken on the application. Since the FCC populated this with many prior applications, my reading would be that anything that is not a current application (i.e. the license has been granted) can be turned off in the public file. So if all of our stations are licensed and there are no pending applications, nothing needs to be in this section. Am I correct in my thinking here?

Another question...has anyone else had something auto-populated by the FCC that just doesn't work? One of our station licenses is there, but can't be seen. When I click on it, it opens a blank page. If I download it, Adobe Reader says it can't open the file and that it may be damaged.

We just submitted a minor change that was approved on this particular station, so maybe they'll replace it and the new one will work. Short of that...would the best idea be to upload my own copy of the license in the "additional documents" section of the Basic Information? Is there a way to report a non-viewable document to the FCC?

Thanks to everyone for the ongoing discussion of the public file transition. This is very helpful!

Andy Larsen

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