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(6/25/2012 11:40:54 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
John, Thanks for the clarification. It does prompt one further question though. How, exactly, is "normal business hours" defined? Are we good with the standard Monday thru Friday 9 to 5? I've also heard that the commission can consider "normal business hours" as any time you are on the air "conducting business"?

BTW, Thanks for you great column!

- Michael Brooks
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This kind of foolishness has existed for years under an immoral agency that appears to exist with the one purpose of destroying free over-the-air broadcasting instead of allowing it grow naturally. The FCC doesn't even have a clue how to do its job but works real hard to make our existence difficult. Time to fire the FCC and start over with engineers running the show instead of self-serving political appointees.
- Paul Dean Ford, P.E.
(2/27/2012 11:25:48 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
"..an expensive regulatory monkey wrench in the running of a 21st Century radio station."
You've hit the FCC "nail" directly on the head. I'm the GM for one of those small stations, watching my budget and dealing with employee wage issues. Thanks for clarifying the rule for us, and pointing out how archaic these types of rules are in today's world.

- Sam Jones


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