The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that at its upcoming open meeting, which will take place on November 30, it will issue an order in its proceeding on low power FM radio translators.  You can see the agenda here.  This is another step in a years-long proceeding to implement the Local Community Radio Act of 2010, which expanded low power FM radio licensing opportunities.  The LPFM service is reserved to non-profit, community-based entities.  The FCC is expected to adopt rules on a number of issues, including on interference issues and other considerations relating to the distance separation requirements applicable to second- and third-adjacent channel operations.  The FCC also is expected to rule on petitions for reconsideration that were filed with respect to its prior order in this proceeding.  You can watch the meeting online here (it’s scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. on November 30).