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FCC 73.6022
Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 | 2013
§  73.6022   Negotiated interference and relocation agreements.

   (a) Notwithstanding the technical criteria in this subpart, Subpart E
   of this part, and Subpart G of part 74 of this chapter regarding
   interference protection to and from Class A TV stations, Class A TV
   stations may negotiate agreements with parties of authorized and
   proposed analog TV, DTV, LPTV, TV translator, Class A TV stations or
   other affected parties to resolve interference concerns; provided,
   however, other relevant requirements are met with respect to the
   parties to the agreement. A written and signed agreement must be
   submitted with each application or other request for action by the
   Commission. Negotiated agreements under this paragraph can include the
   exchange of money or other considerations from one entity to another.
   Applications submitted pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph
   will be granted only if the Commission finds that such action is
   consistent with the public interest.

   (b) A Class A TV station displaced in channel by a channel allotment
   change for a DTV station may seek to exchange channels with the DTV
   station, provided both parties consent in writing to the change and
   that the Class A station meets all applicable interference protection
   requirements on the new channel. Such requests will be treated on a
   case-by-case basis and, if approved, will not subject the Class A
   station to the filing of competing applications for the exchanged

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Goto Section: 73.6020 | 73.6023

Goto Year: 2011 | 2013
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