LPFM Filing Windows - Historical Documents
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On this page, we will feature links to the various documents and other data that was generated by REC in support of the 2013 LPFM Filing Window and the 2000/2001 LPFM Filing WIndow Series.
2013 LPFM Filing Window
The LPFM Scoreboard shows statistics on the applications filed during the 2013 LPFM filing window. If you are looking for numbers and lists of stations, this is the link!
The REC Pledge List shows LPFM stations from the 2013 LPFM window that obtained their original construction permits by using their comparative review points to eliminate one or more mutually exclsive applicant. These applicants are subject to their pledges to staff a main studio for at least 20 hours per week and to carry at least 8 hours of local programming per day.
Documented history of the activities that took place during the three MX settlement windows.
REC documents from the 2013 window
|Cross Reference List (PDF)||Initial evaluation of the applications immediately following the close of the 2013 filing window in order to build the potential groups of mutually exclusive (MX) applications. This list assigns a MX group to each application (these were not the official FCC group numbers).|
|REC MX Group List||Initial evaluation of the applications immediately following the close of the 2013 filing window showing each MX application in order of MX group.|
|Singleton List||Initial evaluation of the applications immediately following the close of the 2013 filing window identifying the singleton applications that did not have any competition.|
|REC Applications of Concern List||An evaluation conducted following the window in order to identify potential fraudulent applications, applications by mass-filers and questionable parties in interest.|
|MX Groups in California||Early document showing potential MX groups in California (11/28/2013)|
|MX Groups for Tucson||Early document showing potential settlement plan for the Tucson, AZ MX groups.|
LPFM 2000/2001 Window Series
REC historical documents related to the first LPFM filing windows in 2000 and 2001.
The LPFM Scoreboard shows statistics on the applications filed during the 2000/2001LPFM filing window series.
State Settlement Plans These documents were released July 1, 2002 and were recommendations for LPFM applicants who have competing applications using a coordinator approach for settling mutually exclusive (MX) applications. NOTE: These documents were produced prior to the Radio Broadcast Protection Act. Many of these MX groups were dismissed on March 17, 2003.
North Dakota/South Dakota
Tucson area MX applications (05/01/2002)
Applicants who participated in REC's MAX (Mutual Applicant Exchange) Program (an attempt to create a computer program that would encourage MX applicants to reach settlement agreements) (11/02/2002)
The Master List - Listing of all LPFM applications in REC's Area of Interest at the time (AZ, NV and Southern California) and their status at the time. (11/02/2002)
REC LPFM "MX" Settlement Plan for Windows I, II and III (09/03/2003)
REC LPFM "MX" Settlement Plan for Window IV (10/03/2003)
REC LPFM "MX" Settlement Plan for Windows I, II and III update to advise of other application activity (10/20/2003)
Low Power FM Multi-Station Group Update - An inventory of LPFM stations that are mutually exclusive and their current status. This also includes some information on LPFM stations that reached time share agreements and the terms of their agreements. (07/25/2003)
REC LPFM Scoring Update for MX Windows I, II and III - Information on groups that did not reach agreements and what may happen next. (01/04/2004)
LPFM Population Study - This report ranked the LPFM stations and pending applications at the time by potential population within their service contours. I am not sure which population model we used at the time (Census block, census block group, ZIP Code tabulation area or Gazetteer). (02/10/2005)