FCC Allows Pirate To Stay On The Air?
Wed Feb 7 19:24:53 EST 2007
Sid pointed out...
"Radio stations must be licensed by the FCC pursuant to 47 U.S.C. S 301.
The only exception to this licensing requirement is for certain
transmitters using or operating at a power level or mode of operation
complies with the standards established in Part 15 of the Commission's
rules, 47 C.F.R. SS 15.1 et seq....the field strength of (your) signal
frequency 106.1MHz was measured at 269,000 microvolts per meter (uV/m) at
47 meters, which exceeded the maximum permitted level of 250 uV/m at 3
meters for non-licensed devices."
They forgot the part:
UNLESS YOU ARE SPONSORED BY A U.S. SENATOR...Where is Ted Kennedy when you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sid Schweiger" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 7:17 AM
Subject: Re: FCC Allows Pirate To Stay On The Air?
> >>(Hey it's two weeks since the El Globo story and the FCC
> >hasn't shut them down yet...
> Never assume, folks. They were monitored on January 11th, and a notice
> from the Enforcement Bureau was sent on the 25th:
> Sid Schweiger
> IT Manager, Entercom New England
> WAAF - WEEI AM/FM - WKAF - WMKK - WRKO - WVEI AM/FM
> 20 Guest St / 3d Floor
> Boston MA 02135-2040
> Phone: 617-779-5369
> Fax: 617-779-5379
> E-Mail: email@example.com
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