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Ajit Pai has announced that the first filing window should take place this summer. What AM and LPFM stations need to know.

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5/1 Translator Window Update - Information on some So.Cal applications....

Approx. number of applications filed:
California = 1030
Arizona = 848
Nevada = 115

The CDBS master data feed has not reflected these applications yet. Therefore, our information will not reflect these new stations until it's made available.

If the FCC does not make it available on tomorrow's feed, then we will do a mid-week update the day they put the data in.

Normal updates will continue on Friday nights.

FCC has posted the new translator applications.

Information about the translator window applications is now available at the FCC website.

The FCC has posted the applications that were filed during the March translator filing window. This window has been the subject of major contraversy due to the large number of applications filed by a small number of groups, many of them players in the non-commercial satellator arena.

We believe that we will have the ability to revise our database files by Thursday night 5/1/2003 (given any computer problems that may arise on our end with the addition of over 13,000 records being added to CDBS overnight).

Once again, we advise those looking for new LPFM channels to hold off until after we can update the database. We will release a news item when that happens.

LPFM Channel Search Advisory

Relating to the recent Translator filing window.

Due to the recently closed translator filing window, we do not feel that the data in the LPFM Channel Search may be very accurate in the event that you are making long term plans for LPFM in your community.

This translator filing window should also have some severe impacts on our "Top 1000 LPFM Communities" list.

REC advises that you running the search after the FCC has placed the translator applications in the database as any future LPFM applications will have to protect those translators.

REC notes that many of these applications may be questionable and some may be dismissed. However, until the FCC reaches a final ruling (dismissal) on the translators, we will have to protect them.

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