If your station is currently silent, the process for renewing your station’s license will depend on the specifics of your situation. Generally, if your station is not broadcasting or has been off the air for a period of time, you are still required to apply for license renewal, even if the station is not operational.
To extend a construction permit (CP), follow these steps:
No, that information is not accurate. Operating a micro-powered AM or FM transmitter under Part 15 of the FCC rules does not typically require an experimental license.
This is a comprehensive process, primarily applicable to commercial FM stations. Here are the key steps:
The FCC periodically designates specific time frames known as “windows” during which they accept applications for new LPFM (Low Power FM) stations. Historically, these windows have allowed organizations to apply for LPFM licenses. Here’s an overview of the LPFM window process and related developments:
For most states, nonprofit corporations are mandated to maintain a minimum of three directors, although New Hampshire imposes a slightly higher requirement of five directors. It’s worth noting that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently started rejecting certain applications, such as those for the transfer of control if the board falls short of the state’s minimum director requirement.
Regrettably, that statement is correct. According to §73.872(d)(4) of the rules, if the applicants within the mutually exclusive (MX) group end up in involuntary time sharing without a settlement agreement, the licenses will have non-renewable terms. However, if the group members later come to a settlement, even if the hours of operation remain the same, the licenses will become renewable.