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January

January 1, 2019All Stations : Register now for the NAB Show in April!

January 10, 2019All full-power and Class A television stations moving to a new channel during the repack: File a Form 2100, Schedule 387 (Form 387) Transition Progress Report providing an update on repacking progress and the steps taken to construct facilities for their new channel and cease operations on their current (pre-auction) channel. All repacked stations must file regardless of whether they are eligible for reimbursement and the reporting obligation continues until the station has finished its transition and has filed a final report.

January 14, 2019Radio Stations : Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending November 30, 2018.

January 31, 2019All Stations: 1) Complete IRS Form 1099-MISC and send to recipients 2) Issue W-2 tax forms. This is the due date for filing Forms W-2 and W-3 with the Social Security Administration - whether you file using paper forms or electronically. Also, Form 1099-MISC is due to the IRS by January 31 when you're reporting non-employee compensation payments in box 7 of the form. Otherwise, file by February 28 if filing by paper, March 31 if filing electronically. (https://www.irs.gov/government-entities/federal-state-local-governments/increase-in-information-return-penalties-2). Form 1096 must accompany all paper submissions. (https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-1096)

January 31, 2019All Radio Stations: Most commercial and noncommercial webcasters and broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must submit the Annual Minimum Fee Statement of Account Form and the annual copyright royalty fee to SoundExchange for each channel and station. Certain webcasters and broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet are eligible to make elections affecting their royalty rates and reporting requirements for the upcoming year on this date. If your station is simulcast or rebroadcast over the Internet, consult station counsel.

February

February 1, 2019All Stations: If you haven't registered for the NAB Show in April, register now!

February 1, 2019All radio and television stations in Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York and Oklahoma (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of February 1, 2018 through January 31, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

February 1, 2019Television stations in station employment units of five or more full-time employees licensed to communities in New Jersey and New York: Electronically file with the FCC and place in their public inspection file a Mid-Term EEO Report on FCC Form 397.

February 8, 2019All commercial full-power and Class A television stations : Electronically file the Children's TV Programming Report (FCC Form 2100, Schedule 398 (Form 398) for the October 1 - December 31, 2018 calendar quarter. Upload documentation regarding children's programming commercial time for that calendar quarter to the station's FCC online public file database. Stations are reminded of the FCC's requirement to publicize in an appropriate manner the existence and location of their Form 398 Reports. Examples of publicizing include on-air announcements, on-air crawls, and maintaining copies of FCC Form 398 on a station's Web site. Stations should consult counsel for further guidance. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/television/childrens-educational-television-reporting-form-398). This deadline was originally January 10, 2019, but was extended due to the partial government shutdown.

February 11, 2019All Radio and Television stations : Place in their public file the Issues/Programs list for the October 1 - December 31, 2018 calendar quarter. This deadline was originally January 10, 2019, but was extended due to the partial government shutdown. Stations that uploaded their Issues/Programs lists during the shutdown must re-file.

February 14, 2019All Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending December 31, 2018.

March

March 1, 2019All Stations: It's not too late to register for the NAB Show next month in Las Vegas!

March 1, 2019All Stations: Are you ready for an FCC inspection? Conduct a mock inspection before you get caught off guard! The FCC has prepared checklists to help you comply with federal regulations. Visit https://www.fcc.gov/general/broadcast-self-inspection-checklists for a review of the rules that apply to their station.

March 2, 2019All Stations: With 250 or more employees: OSHA Form 300A (summary of occupational injuries and illnesses) due. (https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1904/1904.41)

March 10, 2019Daytime-only radio stations and stations with pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset authorizations: Be sure to check their sign-on and sign-off times (and any pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset times) with their current authorization to be sure you are operating legally. Please note: all times listed on licenses are in Standard Time.

March 10, 2019Daytime-only radio stations and stations with pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset authorizations: Be sure to check their sign-on and sign-off times (and any pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset times) with their current authorization to be sure you are operating legally. Please note: all times listed on licenses are in Standard Time.

March 10, 2019All Stations: Daylight Saving Time begins.

March 17, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending January 31, 2019.

March 31, 2019All Stations subject to Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) reporting: File their EEO 1 Report (Form 2100, Schedule 100) by this date. Private employers that have 100 or more employees at a single establishment or collectively have 100 or more employees at multiple establishments, as well as certain federal contractors, are generally subject to this requirement and must complete the report based on employment data from a single pay period during October, November, or December 2018. (http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/eeo1survey)

April

April 1, 2019All Radio Stations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

April 1, 2019All stations in Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

April 6, 2019All Stations : The NAB Show kicks-off today and runs through April 11th in Las Vegas, Nevada! (https://www.nabshow.com/)

April 10, 2019All Radio and Television stations: Place in their public inspection file the Issues/Programs List for the January 1, 2019 - March 31, 2019 calendar quarter.

April 10, 2019All Commercial Full-Power and Class A Television stations: Electronically file the Children's TV Programming Report (FCC Form 398) for the January 1 - March 31, 2019 calendar quarter. Upload documentation regarding children's programming commercial time for that calendar quarter to the station's FCC online public file database. Stations are reminded of the FCC's requirement to publicize in an appropriate manner the existence and location of their Form 398 Reports. Examples of publicizing include on-air announcements, on-air crawls, and maintaining copies of FCC Form 398 on a station's Web site. Stations should consult counsel for further guidance. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/television/childrens-educational-television-reporting-form-398).

April 10, 2019All full-power and Class A television stations moving to a new channel during the repack: File a Form 387 Transition Progress Report providing information regarding steps taken during the period January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2019 to construct facilities for their new channel and end operations on their current channel. This reporting requirement applies regardless of whether a station is eligible for reimbursement and continues until the station has finished its transition and has filed a final report indicating that fact.

April 12, 2019Television stations assigned to Post-Auction Repack Transition Phase 2: Stations assigned to Transition Phase 2 must cease operating on their pre-auction channel by this date absent FCC authorization to the contrary.

April 13, 2019 – Phase 3 Post-Auction Repack Transition Testing Commencement Date—Transition Phase 3 testing begins.

April 14, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending February 28, 2019.

April 16, 2019All Radio Stations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

May

May 1, 2019All Radio Stations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

May 15, 2019All Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending March 31, 2019.

May 16, 2019All Radio Stations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

June

June 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

June 3, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Due date for filing their broadcast license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date) Note: this deadline falls on a weekend so filing is required by the next business day.

June 14, 2019All Stations in Arizona, the District of Columbia, Idaho, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

June 14, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending April 30, 2019.

June 16, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

June 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

June 21, 2019Television stations assigned to Post-Auction Repack Transition Phase 3: Stations assigned to Transition Phase 3 must cease operating on their pre-auction channel by this date absent FCC authorization to the contrary.

June 22, 2019 – Phase 4 Post-Auction Repack Transition Testing Commencement Date - Transition Phase 4 testing begins.

July

July 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Must air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

July 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

July 3, 2019All Stations: The NAB Show Shanghai kicks-off today and runs through July 5th in Shanghai, China! (http://en.nabshowshanghai.com/)

July 10, 2019All Radio and Television Stations: Place in their public inspection file the Issues/Programs List for the April 1, 2019 - June 30, 2019 calendar quarter.

July 10, 2019Commercial Television Stations: Electronically file the Children's TV Programming Report (FCC Form 398) for the April 1 - June 30, 2019 calendar quarter. Upload documentation regarding children's programming commercial time for that calendar quarter to the station's FCC online public file database. Stations are reminded of the FCC's requirement to publicize in an appropriate manner the existence and location of their Form 398 Reports. Examples of publicizing include on-air announcements, on-air crawls, and maintaining copies of FCC Form 398 on a station's Web site. Stations should consult counsel for further guidance. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/television/childrens-educational-television-reporting-form-398).

July 10, 2019All full-power and Class A television stations moving to a new channel during the repack: File a Form 387 Transition Progress Report providing information regarding the steps taken during the period April 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019 to construct facilities for their new channel and end operations on their current channel. This reporting requirement applies regardless of whether a station is eligible for reimbursement and continues until the station has finished its transition and has filed a final report indicating that fact.

July 10, 2019All Television Stations: By this date, Commercial full-power and Class A television stations must place in their public inspection file records "sufficient to verify compliance" with the FCC's commercial time limitations in children's programming broadcast during the period April 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019.

July 15, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending May 31, 2019.

July 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

July 16, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

July 31, 2019All Television Stations with locally-produced programming whose signals were carried as distant signals by at least one cable or satellite system in 2018 that was retransmitted as a distant signal by a cable system during 2018: File royalty claims with the Copyright Office in Washington, DC by this date for compensation. Under the Copyright Act, cable systems and satellite operators must pay "compulsory license" royalties to copyright owners to carry distant TV signals on their systems. Stations that don't file claims by this deadline will not be able to collect royalties for carriage of their signals during 2018.

August

August 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC’s regulations.

August 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

August 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

August 1, 2019All Stations in California, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wisconsin (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

August 1, 2019All Stations: Expected month for the FCC to release a Public Notice with the due date for annual regulatory fees and the amount of these fees.

August 1, 2019All Stations: Remember to register for the NAB Radio Show in Dallas, Texas in September!

August 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Due date for filing broadcast license renewal application (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date).

August 2, 2019Television Stations assigned to Post-Auction Repack Transition Phase 4: Stations assigned to Transition Phase 4 must cease operating on their pre-auction channel by this date absent FCC authorization to the contrary.

August 3, 2019 – Phase 5 Post-Auction Repack Transition Testing Commencement Date - Transition Phase 5 testing begins.

August 14, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending June 30, 2019.

August 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

August 16, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

August 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

September

September 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

September 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

September 1, 2019 – FCC expected to announce September deadline for payment of annual regulatory fees in Public Notice issued in August 2019.

September 6, 2019Television stations assigned to Post-Auction Repack Transition Phase 5: Stations assigned to Transition Phase 5 must cease operating on their pre-auction channel by this date absent FCC authorization to the contrary.

September 7, 2019 – Phase 6 Post-Auction Repack Transition Testing Commencement Date - Transition Phase 6 testing begins.

September 12, 2019Television Stations: NAB Small Market Television Exchange kicks-off and runs through September 14 in Austin, Texas! (http://www.nab.org/sites/2018smte/)

September 14, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending July 31, 2019.

September 16, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

September 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

September 24, 2019All Stations: The NAB Radio Show kicks-off today and runs through September 27th in Dallas, TX! (https://www.nab.org/documents/newsroom/pressrelease.asp?id=4575)

September 30, 2019All Stations subject to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and employing 100 or more workers: File Form EEO-1 (Employer Information Report) with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Such employers must always retain a copy of their most recent report at each reporting unit or at company or divisional headquarters. Blank forms will be supplied by the EEOC to employers known to be subject to the reporting requirements; however, it is an employer's responsibility to obtain the form prior to the filing deadline. (https://www.eeoc.gov/employers/eeo1survey/2007instructions.cfm)

October

October 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Due date for filing broadcast license renewal application (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

October 1, 2019All Radio and Television stations in Alaska, American Samoa, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Mariana Islands, Missouri, Oregon, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Washington (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

October 1, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC’s regulations.

October 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

October 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

October 10, 2019All commercial full-power and Class A television stations : Place records "sufficient to verify compliance" with the FCC's commercial time limitations in children's programming broadcast during the period July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2019 in their public inspection file by this date.

October 10, 2019All radio and television stations : Place in their public inspection file the Issues/Programs List for the July 1, 2019 - September 30, 2019 calendar quarter.

October 10, 2019All full-power and Class A television stations moving to a new channel during the repack: File a Form 387 Transition Progress Report providing information regarding the steps taken during the period July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2019 to construct facilities for their new channel and end operations on their current channel. This reporting requirement applies regardless of whether a station is eligible for reimbursement and continues until the station has finished its transition and has filed a final report indicating that fact.

October 10, 2019All commercial full-power and Class A television stations: Electronically file the Children's TV Programming Report (FCC Form 398) for the July 1 - September 30, 2019 calendar quarter. Upload documentation regarding children's programming commercial time for that calendar quarter to the station's FCC online public file database. Stations are reminded of the FCC's requirement to publicize in an appropriate manner the existence and location of their Form 398 Reports. Examples of publicizing include on-air announcements, on-air crawls, and maintaining copies of FCC Form 398 on a station's Web site. Stations should consult counsel for further guidance. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/television/childrens-educational-television-reporting-form-398).

October 15, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending August 31, 2019.

October 16, 2019All Stations : The NAB Show New York kicks-off today and runs through October 17 in New York, New York! (https://www.nabshowny.com/)

October 16, 2019All Radio Stations in North Carolina and South Carolina: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

October 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

October 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

October 18, 2019Television stations assigned to Post-Auction Repack Transition Phase 6: Stations assigned to Transition Phase 6 must cease operating on their pre-auction channel by this date absent FCC authorization to the contrary.

October 19, 2019 – Phase 7 Post-Auction Repack Transition Testing Commencement Date - Transition Phase 7 testing begins.

November

November 1, 2019All Stations : This is a good time of year to check their tower to be sure it complies with FCC and FAA painting and lighting requirements.

November 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

November 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

November 3, 2019All Daytime-only radio stations and stations with pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset authorizations: Check their sign-on and sign-off time (and any pre-sunrise and/or post-sunset times) with their station's current authorization to be sure you are operating legally.

November 3, 2019All Stations: Daylight Saving Time ends.

November 14, 2019Radio Stations : Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending September 30, 2019.

November 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

November 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

December

December 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

December 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

December 1, 2019All Radio Stations in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements on this date, in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

December 1, 2019All radio and television stations in Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota and Vermont (that are part of a Station Employment Unit with five or more full-time employees): Place an annual EEO Public File Report in their public file, covering the period of December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2019. This report is placed in the public file annually on the anniversary of the deadline for filing their station's license renewal application. (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date)

December 2, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Due date for filing broadcast license renewal application (https://www.fcc.gov/media/radio/broadcast-radio-license-renewal-dates-by-date).

December 2, 2019Commercial television stations offering ancillary/supplementary Services: Each commercial station that provided ancillary or supplemental services at any time during the twelve-month period ending on the preceding September 30th must file an Annual Ancillary/Supplemental Services Report (FCC Form 2100, Schedule 317) and must remit to the FCC 5% of the gross revenues derived from such services. 

December 2, 2019All Stations: Biennial ownership reports are due on this date. Commercial stations should file FCC Form 2100, Schedule 323 (Form 323), and noncommercial stations should file FCC Form 2100, Schedule 323-E (Form 323-E).

December 15, 2019Radio Stations: Commercial and noncommercial webcasters and those broadcast stations simulcasting their programming over the Internet must file Monthly Reports of Use and Statements of Account forms with SoundExchange for the month ending October 31, 2019.

December 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Alabama and Georgia: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC�s regulations.

December 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands: Air post-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.

December 16, 2019All Radio Stations in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi: Air pre-filing license renewal announcements in accordance with the FCC's regulations.