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Erratum - KIRO-TV, Inc. Petition to Deny

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Released: August 6, 2013

Federal Communications Commission

Before the

Federal Communications Commission

Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of
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KIRO-TV, Inc.
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Facility ID No. 66781
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File No. BRCT-20061002ATH
Petition to Deny
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Application for Broadcast Television License
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Renewal
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ERRATUM

Released: August 6, 2013

By the Chief, Video Division, Media Bureau:
On July 29, 2013, the Media Bureau, Video Division released a Letter, DA 13-1654, in the
above-captioned proceeding. This Erratum amends the Letter as indicated below:
1. Replace File No. "BAFCDT-20006111ACE" with "BRCT-20061002ATH" in the caption on
page 1 and in the second ordering clause on page 2.
2. Insert new footnote number 1 by new file number in caption and insert new footnote text to read
as follows:
"The file number referenced by the Petition to Deny, File No. BAFCDT-2006111ACE, is
incorrect. This letter references the correct file number for KIRO-TV's broadcast license renewal
application."
3. Renumber all remaining footnotes accordingly.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Barbara A. Kreisman
Chief, Video Division
Media Bureau

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