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Feds impose fines on both sides in USF’s sale of its former radio station

Sunday, June 24, 2012

imageIt’s been 2 1/2 weeks since the much-delayed sale by the University of San Francisco of KUSF 90.3 FM, its former campus radio station, to a classical music network controlled by the University of Southern California under the KDFC moniker. And Ben Fong-Torres’ radio column in the Chronicle today provides an explanation as to why it took 16 months for the FCC to approve the sale. Both USF and USC were slapped with $25,000 apiece in fines for violating FCC rules in the transaction. It evidently took a while for the agency to gather evidence. Chronicle
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