FCC Enforcement Monitor ~ May 2018

By Scott R. Flick, Joseph A. Cohen and Warren Kessler Pillsbury’s communications lawyers have published FCC Enforcement Monitor monthly since 1999 to inform our clients of notable FCC enforcement actions against FCC license holders and others.  This month’s issue includes: Headlines: Louisiana Class A TV Station Settles Online Public File Violations for $50,000 Ahead of License Renewal FCC and Michigan Teenager Enter Into Consent Decree After Misuse of Public Safety Communications System Missouri Telco Agrees to $16,000 Settlement Over Unauthorized Transfers When Violations Accumulate: Online Public File Violations Lead to $50,000 Settlement with the FCC The FCC recently entered into a Consent Decree with a Louisiana Class A TV station licensee to resolve an investigation into the station’s failure to comply with its online Public Inspection File obligations. Section 73.3526 of the FCC’s Rules requires licensees to timely place certain items in…

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