On May 18, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission announced its plan to eliminate the “main studio” rule. The proposed repeal would end a 78-year old rule requiring radio and television stations to (1) maintain a main studio within or near their communities of license and (2) have at least two full-time employees – one management and one staff – present at the studio during normal business hours.
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- RadioWorld, 10.27.17
- Law360 (subscription required), 10.26.17