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Hearst Stations Inc.

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Released: June 26, 2015
Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
June 26, 2015

DA 15-763
Released: June 26, 2015

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WWLP Broadcasting, LLC.

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Released: June 26, 2015
Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
June 26, 2015

DA 15-762
Released: June 26, 2015

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Grant of Vertex Standard Waiver of Narrowbanding Equipment Rule

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Released: June 26, 2015
Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
June 26, 2015
DA 15-754
Yukimasa Tomita
Executive Manager
Vertex Standard LMR, Inc.
4-6-8 Shibaura
Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023
Japan
Re: Request for Waiver of Vertex Standard LMR, Inc.
Dear Mr. Tomita:
This letter addresses the request you filed on behalf of Vertex Standard LMR, Inc.
(Vertex) for a waiver of the requirement Section 90.203(j)(5) of the Commission’s rules1 that all
Part 90 certification applications in specified VHF and UHF bands include a 6.25 kHz operating
mode or equivalent efficiency.2 Vertex seeks this waiver for equipment certification applications
for two 5 watt 12.5 kHz UHF radios that are not capable of operating in a 6.25 kHz operating
mode.3 For the reasons set forth below, we grant the request.
Background. Section 90.203(j)(5) of the Commission’s Rules states that applications for
Part 90 certification of transmitters designed to operate in certain VHF/UHF bands filed on or
after January 1, 2011 must be capable of meeting a spectrum efficiency standard of one voice
channel per 6.25 kHz of channel bandwidth or equivalent efficiency. In 2010, the Commission
temporarily waived this requirement until January 1, 2013.4 In 2013, the Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau, the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, and the Office of
Engineering and Technology (collectively the Bureaus) extended the waiver until January 1,
2015.5 The requirement that applications for certification of Part 90 private land mobile radio
equipment in the 150-174 MHz and 421-512 MHz bands include a certification that the

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Chairman Response Regarding Commercial or Political Ad Time

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Released: June 25, 2015

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Chairman Response Regarding Charter Communications Merger

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Released: June 25, 2015

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Chairman Response Regarding AWS-3 Auction Small Business Participation

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Released: June 25, 2015


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Document Outline

  • June 17 15 FCC letter to Chairman Chabot
  • FCC response to Chairman Chabot June 17 15 enclosure

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Chairman Response Regarding Market Modification Rules

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Released: June 25, 2015

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Chairman Response Regarding Local Number Portability Administrator

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Released: June 25, 2015


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Chairman Response Regarding Program Access Rules

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Released: June 25, 2015




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Dismissal of KIRO-TV Complaint Against New Day Broadband

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Released: June 25, 2015
Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
June 25, 2015
DA 15-753
Michael D. Basile
Cooley LLP
Counsel to KIRO-TV, Inc.
1299 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20004
Bruce E. Beard
Cinnamon Mueller
Counsel to New Day Broadband of Washington, LLC
1714 Deer Tracks Trail
Suite 215
St. Louis, Missouri 63131
In re: Enforcement Complaint Concerning KIRO-TV, Seattle, Washington
MB Docket No. 12-75, CSR 8597-C
Dear Mr. Basile and Mr. Beard:
On March 12, 2012, KIRO-TV, Inc. (“Cox”) filed a complaint alleging that New Day Broadband, LLC
(“New Day”) had retransmitted the signal for station KIRO-TV, Seattle, Washington without Cox’s
consent “for many months, and possibly since August 1, 2010.” On April 12, 2012, Cox filed a reply in
which it stated, “It is undisputed that New Day retransmitted KIRO-TV’s programming without consent
for a total of 592 days between August 1, 2010 and March 15, 2012 . . . .” It is our understanding that
New Day is no longer in business,1 and thus that they are no longer retransmitting KIRO-TV’s
programming. In addition, we note that the statute of limitations for the allegations contained in the
complaint has expired.2 Thus we hereby dismiss the complaint.
Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that the complaint in the above-referenced proceeding IS DISMISSED
WITH PREJUDICE and that the above-referenced proceeding IS TERMINATED.
This action is taken under delegated authority pursuant to Section 0.283 of the Commission’s rules.3
Sincerely,

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