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Post 66 made on Wednesday February 1, 2017 at 17:21
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April 2014
In the January 27, 2017, FCC’s Media Bureau Public Notices:

     The Bureau made two alterations to the Constraints proposed in the Transition Scheduling Proposal Public Notice.  First, the Bureau neglected to adopt as a Constraint a prohibition on temporary channel assignments. Instead, the Bureau stated that it would allow stations to voluntarily seek the use of a temporary channel at any time during its assigned phase transition period.
      Second, the Bureau adopted the NAB’s suggestion that, as an alternative to capping aggregate temporary interference levels at 5%, the Bureau will instead attempt to find alternative phase assignments for stations predicted to receive greater than 5% temporary aggregate interference.
     The Bureau also stated that applications for extensions of time, requests for Special Temporary Authority (“STAs”), and requests for waivers of deadlines to discontinue pre-auction operations would be granted on a case-by-case basis – and that applications/requests unlikely to delay or disrupt the transition will be viewed more favorably.

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