FCC Enforcement Monitor — January 2014
Pillsbury has published its FCC Enforcement Monitor communication for January 2014.
- FCC admonishes television stations for ‘host selling’ to children
- $7,500 fine imposed for documents missing from public inspection file
- $17,000 fine for unauthorised operation of a radio transmitter
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