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Released: July 25, 2014
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Federal Communications Commission

DA 14-1060

Before the

Federal Communications Commission

Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of

)

)

Amendment of Section 73.202(b)

)

FM Table of Allotments,

)

FM Broadcast Stations.

)

(Various Locations)

)

REPORT AND ORDER

(Proceeding Terminated)

Adopted:

July 24, 2014

Released: July 25, 2014

By the Assistant Chief, Audio Division, Media Bureau:

1.

This Order amends the FM Table of Allotments (“FM Table”)1, to remove certain vacant FM

allotments that were auctioned in FM Auction 79. The attached Appendix shows the FM Table, as

amended, for those communities.

2.

The FM allotments listed in the Appendix are currently authorized stations.2

FM assignments for

authorized stations and reserved facilities will be reflected solely in Media Bureau’s Consolidated

Database System (CDBS).3

3.

These FM allotment channels have previously undergone notice and comment rule making, were

auctioned through our FM competitive bidding process, and are no longer considered vacant FM

allotments. This action constitutes an editorial change in the FM Table of Allotments. Therefore, a

public notice and comment proceedings are unnecessary.4

4.

The Commission will not send a copy of this Report and Order pursuant to the Congressional

Review Act, see 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A), because the adopted rules are rules of particular applicability.

5.

For further information regarding a proceeding listed above, contact Rolanda F. Smith (202) 418-

2700.

1 47 C.F.R. § 73.202(b).

2 FM allotments that were auctioned in FM Auction 79, and the authorizations that were subsequently cancelled will

not be removed from the FM Table of Allotments at this time. The Commission will issue an Order to re-auction

those FM allotments because they are considered vacant FM allotments since the authorizations were cancelled.

3 See Revision of Procedures Governing Amendments To FM Table of Allotments and Changes of Community of

License in the Radio Broadcast Services, Report and Order, 21 FCC Rcd 14212, 14221 ¶ 15 (2006)(stating that it is

unnecessary for “occupied” allotments (that is, those that are licensed, permitted, or reserved) to be listed in the

Table of Allotments….”we shall amend the Table of Allotments to reflect only vacant allotments that do not

correspond to an authorized station or reserved assignment.”)

4 See 5 U.S.C. § 553(b)(B) (stating that agency may forego notice and comment procedures if it provides a brief

statement of reasons showing that such procedures are unnecessary).

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Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED, That this proceeding IS TERMINATED.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Nazifa Sawez

Assistant Chief

Audio Division

Media Bureau

Appendix

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APPENDIX

Community

Channel Deleted

Boligee, Alabama

297A

Maplesville, Alabama

292A

Grand Canyon Village, Arizona

273C1

Peach Springs, Arizona

268C3

Sparkman, Arkansas

259A

Amboy, California

237A

Big Sur, California

240A

Buttonwillow, California

265A

Cambria, California

287A

Kernville, California

289A

Lamont, California

247A

Ridgecrest, California

252A

Susanville, California

264A

Crawford, Colorado

274C3

Genoa, Colorado

291C3

Eastpoint, Florida

283A

Jasper, Florida

298A

Okeechobee, Florida

291A

Palm Coast, Florida

254A

Port St. Joe, Florida

270C3

Crawfordville, Georgia

234A

Dexter, Georgia

276A

Tallapoosa, Georgia

255A

McCall, Idaho

293C3

Lake Providence, Louisiana

224A

Oak Grove, Louisiana

289A

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Opelousas, Louisiana

279A

McBain, Michigan

300A

Walnut Grove, Mississippi

244C2

Moberly, Missouri

223A

Roundup, Montana

248A

Arthur, Nebraska

300C1

Hartington, Nebraska

232C2

Grants, New Mexico

244C3

Milan, New Mexico

270A

Taos, New Mexico

228A

Indian Lake, New York

290A

McConnelsville, Ohio

279A

Haileyville, Oklahoma

290A

Hollis, Oklahoma

274C2

Kiowa, Oklahoma

254A

Mooreland, Oklahoma

300C2

Stuart, Oklahoma

228A

Wapanucka, Oklahoma

298A

Quinby, South Carolina

237A

Sisseton, South Dakota

258C2

Lynchburg, Tennessee

230A

Buffalo Gap, Texas

227A

Channing, Texas

284C

Detroit, Texas

282C2

Floydada, Texas

255A

George West, Texas

250A

Goliad, Texas

282A

Hooks, Texas

231A

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Junction, Texas

292A

La Pryor, Texas

278A

Ozona, Texas

289C1

Pampa, Texas

277C2

Rankin, Texas

229C3

Rocksprings, Texas

235C3

San Diego, Texas

273A

San Isidro, Texas

247A

Spur, Texas

254A

Westbrook, Texas

272A

Salina, Utah

239C

Belle Haven, Virginia

252A

Lynchburg, Virginia

229A

Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands

257A

Frederiksted, Virgin Islands

258A

Union Gap, Washington

285A

Pine Bluffs, Wyoming

238C3

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