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TCD- Emergency Information Access Detailed Information

01-18-2011 $500,000 Consent Decree with Comcast Corporation regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
03-07-2007 $36,000 Consent Decree with Waterman Broadcasting Corp. of Florida, Inc. and Montclair Communications, Inc. Fort Myers, Naples, Florida regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
03-07-2007 $18,000 Consent Decree with Midwest Television, Inc., KFMB-TV, San Diego, CA regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-05-2007 $20,000 Consent Decree with Fort Myers Broadcasting Company, WINK-TV, Fort Myers, Florida regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-22-2006 $12,000 Consent Decree with NBC Telemundo License Co. regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
08-09-2005 $24,000 forfeiture proposed against each Waterman Broadcasting Corp. of Florida, Inc., WBBH-TV, and Montclair Communications, Inc., WZVN-TV, both of Fort Myers-Naples, FL regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities
05-25-2005 $16,000 forfeiture proposed against Fox Television Stations, Inc., WTTG (TV), Washington, DC regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
05-25-2005 $16,000 forfeiture proposed against NBC Telemundo License Co., WRC-TV, Washington, DC regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
05-25-2005 $8,000 forfeiture proposed against ACC Licensee, Inc., WJLA-TV, Washington, DC regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-23-2005 $20,000 forfeiture proposed against McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Company, Inc., KGTV, San Diego, CA regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-23-2005 $25,000 forfeiture proposed against Channel 51 of San Diego, Inc., KUSI-TV, San Diego, CA regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-23-2005 $20,000 forfeiture proposed against Midwest Television, Inc., KFMB-TV, San Diego, CA regarding making emergency information accessible to persons with hearing disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
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