FCC Order definition

FCC Order means federal communications commission order 94-102 [961 Federal
FCC Order means an order or orders of the FCC, or of the Chief, Mass Media Bureau of the FCC, acting under delegated authority, consenting to the assignment to Buyer of the FCC Licenses for the Stations.

Examples of FCC Order in a sentence

  • On July 26, 2016, at the recommendation of the Nominating Committee, the Board of Directors added two at-large positions to the SL Committee.7 HCLI Committee: The composition of the HCLI Committee was originally set forth in a 1998 FCC order (FCC 98-306, ¶¶ 34 and 38).

More Definitions of FCC Order

FCC Order means the Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 08-3, released by the FCC on January 24, 2008, as amended by the Erratum dated January 30, 2008.
FCC Order means an order issued by the Federal Communications Commission under proceedings regarding the compatibility of enhanced 9-1-1 systems and delivery of wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service.
FCC Order means Federal Communications Commission Order 94-102 (61 Federal Register 40348) and any other FCC order that affects the provision of E-911 service to CMRS customers.
FCC Order means an order adopted, and the full text thereof released, by the FCC granting its consent to the transfer of control or assignment of the Company Licenses, pursuant to appropriate applications filed by the parties hereto with the FCC as contemplated by this Agreement.
FCC Order means that the FCC staff has granted or given its consent, without any condition materially adverse to Purchaser or Seller, to the assignment of the Governmental Licenses; and the term "Final Order" shall mean that the FCC Order shall have become final, that the time period for filing any protests, requests for stay, reconsideration by the FCC, petitions for rehearing or appeal of such order shall have expired, and that no protest, request for stay, reconsideration by the FCC, petition for rehearing or appeal of such order shall be pending.
FCC Order means the Order in FCC Docket 94-102 adopted by the Federal Communications Commission on December 1, 1997, and subsequent Orders, decisions, consent decrees, rules, and regulations including 47 C.F.R. 20.18 which are incorporated by reference in these rules. The FCC Order and regulations may be obtained free of charge from the FCC website: http://transition.fcc.gov/pshs/services/911-services/, http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/9-1-1-and- e9-1-1-services and http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/rules-regulations-title-47.