325c Action Taken PN 07/08/2013
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Report No. 325-00179
Tuesday July 9, 2013
Permit To Deliver Programs To Foreign Broadcast Stationsre: Actions Taken
The Commission, by its International Bureau, took the following actions pursuant to delegated authority. The effective
dates of the actions are the dates specified.
BAY CITY TELEVISION, INC.
Granted on July 9, 2013, subject to conditions, application 325 (c) permit by Bay City Television, Inc., ("Bay City") to deliver
programming via satellite to TV station XETV, Tijuana, B.C. Mexico, licensed to Radio y Television, S.A. de C.V. XETV operates in
analog mode on channel 6 at 100kW maximum visual effective radiated power and in digital mode on channel 23 at 403kW maximum
visual effective radiated power from Mount San Antonio, Tijuana.
This authorization is predicated on the use of a foreign station assignment, which must abide by the terms of the 1962 United
States-Mexico VHF Television Agreement. Hence, this program authorization applies only to the specific foreign station facilities which
are currently on file with the Commission as having been officially coordinated by the Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT)
in Mexico and subsequently approved by the Commission for operation. If the transmitter coordinates or technical operating parameters of
the foreign station are altered subsequent to this authorization or are found to be different from those currently on file and approved by the
Commission, this program authorization will be subject to immediate termination without right to hearing.
For more information concerning this Notice, contact Janice Shields at (202) 418-2153; Janice.Shields@fcc.gov; TTY
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