Form 323 Biennial Ownership Report Now Available For Filing by All Commercial Broadcast Stations - Due December 1

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The FCC Form 323 is now available for filing by all commercial broadcasters. The Form must be submitted by December 1 of this year. In 2009, the FCC adopted the requirement for a biennial ownership report for all commercial stations, to be filed by November 1 every other year, with information accurate as of October 1. In 2009, the new electronic form had issues, so filing deadlines were delayed until June. This year, the FCC recently announced that the deadline would be extended until December 1, to give broadcasters more time to complete the reports - especially the cumbersome filings required for companies that own multiple stations. Nevertheless, the information on the reports is still supposed to be current as of October 1. The form is now available online, and commercial broadcast licensees can file the report at any time.

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