WFCR Switches AM Frequencies

A. Joseph Ross
Tue Mar 13 01:25:30 EST 2007

On 12 Mar 2007 at 12:32, Aaron Read wrote:

> However, many (arguably most) NPR affiliates running an AM station (or
> an FM in the commercial band) will file with the FCC to operate the
> license as a non-commercial entity; thus saving the owner some green
> on filing fees and whatnot.  It can also be a requirement for certain
> grants.   This filing with the FCC *does* prevent a station from
> running commercials.

What happens if, like WPNI, the station at some point stops being an 
NPR affiliate?  Is there some way it can rescind the filing and run 
commercials again? 

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