The Video Division licenses commercial and noncommercial educational TV, Low Power TV , Class A TV , TV Translators and TV Booster  broadcast services. The Division provides legal and technical analysis of applications and recommends appropriate disposition of applications, requests for waivers and other pleadings.
|Video Division||(202) 418-1600|
|Division Chief||Barbara Kreisman|
|Deputy Division Chief||Hossein Hashemzadeh|
|Associate Division Chief||Kevin Harding|
|Associate Division Chief||David Brown|
|Associate Division Chief/Chief Policy Counsel||Dorann Bunkin|
Our popular internet queries may be used to retrieve information about television and radio broadcast stations.
- AM Query 
- FM Query 
- TV Query 
- CDBS Public Access Search 
- Children’s Programming Fact Sheet 
- Mailing Addresses for Broadcast Stations 
- FCC Word/Number Search.  Use the Word/Number Search to help locate Public Notices referencing an application by entering the right-hand part of the application file number, (e.g., 20010612ACX) and selecting 'Search'.
- How to Apply for a Broadcast Station  General information about the process.
- License Renewal Applications for TV Broadcast Stations  All television broadcast station licenses will expire between 2012 and 2015. Licensees must file a license renewal application (FCC Form 303-S) and the Broadcast Equal Employment Opportunity Program Statement (FCC Form 396) four months before the expiration date of the stations license. This page provides information about the license renewal process for radio broadcast stations.
- Children's Television  What is required under the Children's Television Act?
- Broadcast of Obscene and/or Indecent Material  This page provides an overview of FCC regulations.
- The Public and Broadcasting  provides a brief, non-technical overview of the FCC's regulation of radio and television, including Public Inspection File requirements. (Revised July 2008)
- MB Tower Siting Information Guide  was created at the request of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation regarding the inclusion of broadcast facilities in the March 16, 2001 nationwide Programmatic Agreement on Collocation  of communications antennae. It is also intended to help State Historic Preservation Officers as well as Tribal Historic Preservation Officers understand broadcast facilities.
- Religious Broadcasting  The FCC will not prohibit religious organizations' ownership of broadcast stations. A petition (RM-2493, from Madilyn Murray O'Hare) which had requested that the FCC make changes was denied in 1975 (54 FCC 2d 941). Excerpts from that proceeding are located here.
- MB E-Filing Site 
- CDBS Users Guide 
- CDBS System Status 
- Call Sign Reservations & Authorizations for Broadcast Station Call Signs 
- Antenna Structure Registration via ULS 
Headline Archives 
For more information pertaining to the Video Division, please call: (202) 418-1600.