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Notwithstanding any other provision of 2 AAC 55.010 - 2 AAC 55.080, a state-supported public broadcasting station operated by a school, college, or university may receive support from the commission if it
(1) causes the establishment of a public board broadly representative of the ethnic population and area to be served; the board shall provide continuing advice to the station manager;
(2) develops objectives responsive to the needs of the populations and area served;
(3) has a policy for the provision of free transmission of instructional programs as provided by local public educational institutions; and
(4) provides the commission with budgets and reports prepared for other institutions, and an annual report as described in 2 AAC 55.040(2) (K).
History: Eff. 9/1/73, Register 47; am 7/10/83, Register 87
Authority: AS 44.21.264
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