Goto Section: 73.761 | 73.765 | Table of Contents
Revised as of November 25, 2020
Goto Year:2020 |
§ 73.762 Time of operation.
(a) All international broadcasting stations shall operate in accordance
with the times indicated on their seasonal schedules.
(b) In the event that causes beyond a licensee's control make it
impossible to adhere to the seasonal schedule or to continue operating,
the station may limit or discontinue operation for a period of not more
than 10 days, without further authority from the FCC. However, in such
cases, the FCC shall be immediately notified in writing of such
limitation or discontinuance of operation and shall subsequently be
notified when the station resumes regular operation.
(c) In the event that causes beyond a licensee's control make it
impossible to adhere to the seasonal schedule or to continue operating
for a temporary period of more than 10 days, the station may not limit
or discontinue operation until it requests and receives specific
authority to do so from the FCC. When the station subsequently resumes
regular operation after such limited operation or discontinuance of
operation, it shall notify the FCC in Washington, DC. The license of a
broadcasting station that fails to transmit broadcast signals for any
consecutive 12-month period expires as a matter of law at the end of
that period, notwithstanding any provision, term, or condition of the
license to the contrary.
[ 38 FR 18895 , July 16, 1973, as amended at 47 FR 40174 , Sept. 13, 1982;
61 FR 28767 , June 6, 1996. Redesignated at 70 FR 46677 , Aug. 10, 2005]
Goto Section: 73.761 | 73.765
Goto Year: 2020 |
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