Dates and events you need to know, including RSI RF Best Management Practices Classes, the DTV transition deadline, and more

June 3, 2009

RSI RF Best Management Practices Class
Date: June 9
Location: San Francisco
Designed to complement the new RSI online customizable RF safety plan, the RSI RF Best Management Practices class will place students well on their way to designing and developing an RF Safety Program (RFSP).
For more information, visit www.rsicorp.com.

RSI RF Best Management Practices Class
Date: June 11
Location: Seattle
For more information, visit www.rsicorp.com.

RSI RF Best Management Practices Class
Date: June 23
Location: Chicago
For more information, visit www.rsicorp.com.

RSI RF Best Management Practices Class
Date: June 24
Location: St. Louis
For more information, visit www.rsicorp.com.

RSI RF Best Management Practices Class
Date: June 25
Location: Kansas City, MO
For more information, visit www.rsicorp.com.

New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2009, SBE Convention
Date: June 11-13
Location: Sandia Resort & Casino, Albuquerque, NM
For more information, visit www.newmexicobroadcasters.org.

NTIA LPTV, translator digital conversion grant application
Date:June 12
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has extended the deadline for applications from low-power television and TV translator stations seeking grants from the Digital-to-Analog Conversion Program.
For more information, visit www.ntia.doc.gov.

DTV transition deadline
Date: June 12
All full-power broadcasters in the United States must commence DTV transmission on the post-transition channel assignment.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

Extended license and construction permit deadline
Date: June 12
The FCC has extended the construction permit deadline to build a station’s full-authorized post-transition DTV facility till June 12 at 11:59:59 p.m. local time.

DTS waiver policy proposal deadline
Date: Dec. 14
The FCC will accept proposals for waivers of its distributed transmission system policy to let stations to use DTS if it lets them continue serving analog viewers in areas that otherwise would lose digital television service.

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