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WASHINGTON—The FCC has voted to collect $339 million in regulatory fees for the Fiscal Year 2020, an increase on fees from 2019. Some broadcasters, including New Jersey Broadcast Association President and CEO Paul Rotella, were asking the commission not to raise the regulatory fees for this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The commission is required by Congress to assess regulatory fees each year in an amount that can reasonably be expected to equal the amount of its appropriation,” the FCC said in a release. In addition to the fee increase, the FCC also adopted new rules designed to ensure that domestic and foreign licensed space stations are responsible for the same regulatory fees. To do this, non-U. S.
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