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Discussion in 'Over the Air TV By RabbitEars.Info' started by comfortably_numb, Jan 30, 2019.
Wait till you see it in KTFA-LP in Albuquerque running rouge right now on rf ch. 48 sending in old analog NTSC video format signal!
Makes me wonder sometimes FCC is falling asleep.
Nobody seems to pay attention to this rouge KTFA-LP station in the first place!
Always pay your bills, especially those from the FCC.
Rouge is a form of makeup that, like skiing nude, puts color in your cheeks. A Rogue is someone operating outside the law. Autocorrect is eeeevilllllllle.
As long as they aren't interfering with someone else's licensed bandwidth, I don't suppose it hits FCC RADAR. As with many things gubmint, nothing starts (or ends) without a complaint.
I guess they don't have the manpower to do the job.
That's a shame nobody doing the job out there.
If the policy is to be reactive versus proactive, everybody may indeed be doing their job.
So, the station managed to run for 20 years without paying licensing fees or going through any of the paperwork. Fine is $144k. Sounds like a deal to me.
I would have expected something a little more punitive. It comes to about $7,000/year (after the $200? renewal filing fee). Not having to do the paperwork would make that up pretty quickly I'd imagine.
Sounds like they got a deal to me, still made money vs having no channel broadcasting all that time.
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