FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 19, Pages 14991 to 15893, October 24 - November 10, 2011 Page: 15,022
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Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
In the Matter of )
R. J.'s Late Night Entertainment Corporation ) File No.: EB-I0-DT-0039
) NAL/Acct. No.: 201232360002
Licensee of Station WHPR-FM ) FRN: 0011011509
Highland Park, Michigan ) Facility ID No. 54428
NOTICE OF APPARENT LIABILITY FOR FORFEITURE AND ORDER
Adopted: October 21, 2011 Released: October 24, 201 1
By the District Director, Detroit Office, Northeast Region, Enforcement Bureau:
I. In this Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture and Order ("NAL"), we find that R.J.'s
Late Night Entertainment Corporation ("R.J."), licensee of Non-Commercial Educational ("NCE") Class D
Station WHPR-FM, in Highland Park, Michigan (the "Station"), apparently willfully and repeatedly
violated: (1) section i 1.35(a) of the Commission's Rules ("Rules") by failing to maintain operational EAS
equipment; (2) section 73.1690(b)(2) of the Rules for moving the Station's transmitter without Commission
authorization; and (3) section 73.3527(b)(l) of the Rules by failing to maintain and make available a local
public inspection file.' We conclude that R.J. is apparently liable for a forfeiture in the amount of twenty-
two thousand dollars (S22,000). We further direct R.J. to submit a written statement signed under penalty
of perjury stating that Station WHPR-FM is now in compliance with sections 1 1.35(a) and 73.3527(b)(1) of
2. On March 8, 2010, in response to two complaints, an agent from the Enforcement Bureau's
Detroit Office commenced an investigation into the operation of Station WHPR-FM. Using direction-
tinding techniques, the agent determined that R.J. was operating Station WHPR-FM from a transmitter
location approximately .46 miles (20 Seconds South and 19 Seconds East) from its authorized transmitter
3. On March 12, 2010, agents conducted an inspection at Station WIPR-FM's main studio,
located at 160 Victor Street in Highland Park, Michigan. During the inspection, agents found that the
Station did not have a public inspection file. The agent also observed that the Station had not installed
any emergency alert system ("EAS") equipment, though an EAS decoder was found by station staff in a
4. On June 17, 2010, the Detroit Office issued a Letter of Inquiry ("LO)I") requesting
information regarding Station WHPR-FM's transmitter location, EAS equipment, and public inspection
file.2 On August 3, 2010, the Detroit Office received a reply to the LOI from R.J.'s President.' In the LOI
1See 47 C.F.R. 11.35(a), 73.1690(b)(2). 73 3527(b)( 1 ).
"See Letter of Inquiry from James Brlndgewaer. Dlstrct D[)irector, I)Detrolt O)fticc. Northeast Region, to R.J.'s Late
Night Entertainment Corporation, dated June 17, 20)10 ("LO/").
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