FCC Issues More NoUOs in Worcester, MA

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is continuing its aggressive enforcement activities against unlicensed radio operations, issuing Notices of Unlicensed Operation (NoUOs) in connection with three separate alleged violations originating at the same address in Worcester, MA.

According to the NoUOs issued in mid-April, an Agent from the Boston Office of the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau responded to a complaint of an unlicensed FM station operating on the frequency of 103.9 MHz. Using direction finding techniques, the agent determined that each of the radio signals were emanating from the same commercial property in Worcester. A further investigation determined that the property was jointly owned by the three parties named in the NoUOs, and that no license to operate a radio station at that frequency and at that location had ever been issued.

Each of the Notices instruct the named parties to immediately provide the Enforcement Bureau with any evidence that their transmission activities are authorized under FCC rules.

The three Notices issued in these cases:

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