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§ 73.6001 Eligibility and service requirements.
(a) Qualified low power television licensees which, during the 90-day
period ending November 28, 1999, operated their stations in a manner
consistent with the programming and operational standards set forth in
the Community Broadcasters Protection Act of 1999, may be accorded
primary status as Class A television licensees.
(b) Class A television broadcast stations are required to:
(1) Broadcast a minimum of 18 hours per day; and
(2) Broadcast an average of at least three hours per week of locally
produced programming each quarter.
(c) Licensed Class A television broadcast stations shall be accorded
primary status as a television broadcaster as long as the station
continues to meet the minimum operating requirements for Class A
(d) Licensees unable to continue to meet the minimum operating
requirements for Class A television stations, or which elect to revert
to low power television status, shall promptly notify the Commission,
in writing, and request a change in status.
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