FCC Record, Volume 27, No. 3, Pages 1878 to 2785, February 21 - March 16, 2012 Page: 1,913
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information, supported by the declaration of a person with personal knowledge, identifying quarters
for which reports were prepared and placed in the station's public file and the location of the public
file. Both letters required that the information be provided within 30 days of the date of the letter, and
cautioned that failure to provide the information would result in a change of the station's status from
Class A television status to low power television status. LTC failed to respond to the Division's
letters and also continues to file the required Children's Television Programming Reports.
4. Section 316(a) of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, permits the Commission
to modify an authorization if such action is in the public interest.6 Further, pursuant to Section 316(a). we
are required to notify the affected station of the proposed action, as well as the public interest reasons for
the action, and to afford the licensee at least 30 days to respond. This procedure is set forth in Section
1.87 of the Commission's Rules.7
5. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That, Lubbock Television Company show cause why
its authorization for Class A television station KGLR-LP, Lubbock, Texas, should not be modified to
specify the station as a low power television station.
6. Pursuant to Section 1.87 of the Commission's Rules, Lubbock Television Company may,
no later than March 30, 2012, file a written statement why the above-captioned license should not be
modified as proposed herein. The written statement, if any, must be mailed to Office of the Secretary,
Federal Communications Commission. 445 12th Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20554, ATTN: Barbara
A. Kreisman, Chief, Video Division, Media Bureau. An electronic copy should also be sent to
Joyce.Bernstein(i)fcc.gov. Upon review of the statement and/or additional information, the Commission
may grant the modification, deny the modification, or set the matter for hearing. If no written statement is
filed by March 30, 2012, the licensee will be deemed to have consented to the modification of its license
from Class A television status to low power television status, and the modification proposed in this Order
to Show Cause will be deemed to serve the public interest.
7. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That a copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be sent by
Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, to Lubbock Television Company as indicated below:
Lubbock Television Company
2124 15t" Street
Lubbock, Texas 79401
8. For further information concerning the proceeding, contact Joyce L. Bernstein, Video
Division, Media Bureau, at Jovce.Bernstein(Ifcc.gov or (202) 418-1647.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Barbara A. Kreisman
Chief, Video Division
6 47 U.S.C. 316(a).
47 7 C.F.R. 1.87.
Federal Communications Commission
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