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A Sense of Renewal: Navigating the FCC's License Renewal Process

The current broadcast license renewal cycle began on June 1, 2019, starting with radio stations in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, DC, and moving state by state every two months for the next four years to all radio and television stations across the country. As this renewal cycle is the first one since all radio and television stations were required to post their public inspection files online, the time to prepare is now. Fortunately, NAB has gathered experts from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and industry who will provide guidance on how to prepare for license renewal, the renewal application itself, and most importantly, how to avoid common mistakes that can lead to unwelcome delays or enforcement actions by the FCC.

Barbara Kreisman, chief of the Video Division, Albert Shuldiner, chief of the Audio Division, and James Bradshaw, deputy chief of the Audio Division, all within the FCC’s Media Bureau, will join Scott Flick of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and Larry Walke of NAB for this informative webcast. 

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