Some Stations are Granted Relief From Duplicative DTV Transition Reports

Full Power and Class A TV stations that are changing channels as part of the TV spectrum repack and are scheduled to transition in Phases 3, 5, and 8 have been granted relief from the obligation to file what would otherwise be duplicative transition reports close together in time. Full power and Class A stations that are not changing channels do not have to file any transition reports; nor are reports required from any Low Power TV or TV Translator stations, regardless of whether or not they are changing channels. Full Power and Class A stations moving to new channels must file quarterly reports by January 10, April 10, July 10, and October 10 each year during the transition.  Each station must also file an extra report 10 weeks before its transition phase completion date.  For some stations, the filing schedules would require two reports only a few days apart.  To avoid the filing of duplicative reports, the FCC has excused the filing of one report for stations…

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