03.15.2004 12:00 PM
Next meeting of Commission task force on broadcast localism scheduled for May

The Federal Communications Commission’s Localism Task Force has announced that its next broadcast localism hearing will be held May 26 in Rapid City, S.D.

Scheduling conflicts and logistical difficulties required the Task Force to change its original timeframe for the remaining localism hearings. Dates for the California, Maine and Washington, D.C. hearings will be announced as they are established.

Although the Localism Task Force is an internal FCC organization, it seeks participation by members of the public, broadcasters, civic organizations, academics, local governments and other interested parties.

To facilitate public input, the Task Force has established a filing number (RM-10803) for submission of comments or other information via the FCC’s Electronic Comment Filing System.

For more information, please visit: www.fcc.gov/localism.

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