On June 23, 2000, the Media Bureau and Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (Bureaus) announced a filing window for low power television (LPTV), TV translator, and Class A TV stations. Subsequently, the Bureaus released a Public Notice announcing those proposals that were mutually exclusive (MX) and providing a 60-day settlement period by which interested parties could submit settlements and/or engineering amendments to resolve their MX Groups. During the settlement period, the Bureaus received engineering amendments to proposals in the MX Groups.
By this Public Notice, the Video Division of the Media Bureau provides Attachment A as a list of proposals that are no longer mutually exclusive as a result of engineering amendments filed during the settlement period. Since the proposals listed in Attachment A are no longer mutually exclusive with any other proposal (and are therefore deemed “singletons”), they will not be subject to the Commission’s auction procedures. By this Public Notice, the Video Division announces processing procedures for these singleton proposals.