FCC Puts Confidential XM-Sirius Docs Under Protective Order
July 11, 2007 at 10:56 AM (PT)
The FCC has placed confidential or proprietary documents submitted in the XM-SIRIUS merger docket under a Protective Order. The move prevents some sensitive material, such as financial disclosures, from being released without the requesting party signing a confidentiality agreement and limits the permissible uses of the material.
More FCC Moves: Nevada Translator Complaint Denied
In other actions, the Commission denied RUBY RADIO CORPORATION's complaint against ELKO TV DISTRICT and WHITE PINE TELEVISION DISTRICT #1 and granted ELKO and WHITE PINE's renewal applications for several NEVADA translators. RUBY, which owns full-power stations in the same cities as the translators, asserted that the translators' operation violated a NEVADA state law governing rebroadcast translators in cities already served by full-power facilities; the Commission ruled that cases under state law should more properly be heard by state courts.
And the Commission issued a proposed $1,500 fine to CREATIVE MEDIA INCORPORATED for a late license renewal filing for its KASR/VILONIA, AR but granted the station's license renewal.