FCC Reports, Second Series, Volume 20, October 24, 1969 to January 30, 1970 Page: 772
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Federal Communications Commission Reports
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20554
In Re Applications of
CHARLO'TESVILLE BROADCASTING CORP.
For Extension of Construction Permit
DONALD G. HEYNE ET AL.,
LAURENCE E. RICHARDSON
For Transfer of Control of Charlottes-
ville Broadcasting Corp., Licensee of
WINA-TV, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
File No. BMPCT-
File No. BTC-5990
(Adopted December 10, 1969)
BY THE COMMISSION: COMMISSIONER ROBERT E. LEE CONCURRING IN
THE RESULT; COMMISSIONER JOHNSON DISSENTING.
1. We have before us the above-captioned applications (a) for ex-
tension of time to construct WINA-TV and (b) for transfer of
control of the licensee of WINA AM-FM and permittee of WINA-
TV. The transfer application is subject to the interim policy of dock-
et No. 18110 because it involves a full-time AM, an FM and a TV
station in the same town. On March 28, 1968, the Commission issued
a notice of proposed rulemaking (docket No. 18110) proposing an
amendment to its multiple-ownership rules so as to prevent common
ownership, operation, or control of more than one unlimited-time
broadcast station in a market and announcing an interim policy that
applications filed during its pendency which would be within the
scope of the proposed multiple-ownership rule will not be acted on
until termination of the proceeding. The transferee requests a waiver
of the interim policy and states that it will accept a grant conditioned
on surrender of the construction permit for the TV effective on con-
summation of the transfer of control and subject to the outcome of
the rulemaking proceeding as to the AM and FM stations. The con-
struction permit for WINA-TV was issued on September 20, 1965.
The above-captioned extension application was filed December 8, 1966,
and is the permittee's second request for extension. The transferee
does not want the permit, and the permittee states that it was unable
to find another buyer. The permittee states that if the transfer of
control is not consummated, it will notify the Commission within 15
0o F.C.C. 2d
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