Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
Approved by OMB
3060-0110
(March 2011)
FCC 303-S
FOR FCC USE ONLY
 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF BROADCAST STATION LICENSE

Read INSTRUCTIONS Before Filling Out Form

FOR COMMISSION USE ONLY
FILE NO.

BRCDT - 20140801AJE
Section I - General Information- TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL APPLICANTS
1. Legal Name of the Licensee
NBC TELEMUNDO LICENSE LLC
Mailing Address
300 NEW JERSEY AVENUE, NW
SUITE 700

City
WASHINGTON
State or Country (if foreign address)
DC
ZIP Code
20001 -
Telephone Number (include area code)
2025246401
E-Mail Address (if available) 
MARGARET.TOBEY@NBCUNI.COM
FCC Registration Number:
0019509470
Facility ID Number
35280
Call Sign 
KNTV
2. Contact Representative
MARGARET L. TOBEY
Firm or Company Name
NBCUNIVERSAL.
Mailing Address
300 NEW JERSEY AVENUE, NW
SUITE 700
City
WASHINGTON
State or Country (if foreign address)
DC
Zip Code
20001 -
Telephone Number (include area code)
2025246401
E-Mail Address (if available)
MARGARET.TOBEY@NBCUNI.COM
3. If this application has been submitted without a fee, indicate reason for fee exemption (see 47 C.F.R. Section 1.1114):
Governmental Entity Noncommercial Educational Licensee Other
N/A (Fee Required)
4.
Purpose of Application

Renewal of license
Amendment to pending renewal application

If an amendment, submit as an exhibit a listing by Section and Item Number the portions of the pending application that are being revised. [Exhibit 1]
5. Facility Information: Commercial Noncommercial Educational
6. Service and Community of License
a. AM    FM    FM Translator    LPFM
TV Translator    Low Power TV   Class A TV
Digital TV    Digital Translator or Digital LPTV   Digital Class A TV
Community of License /Area to be Served
City: SAN JOSE State : CA
b.
Does this application include one or more FM translator station(s), or TV translator station(s), LPTV station(s), in addition to the station listed in Section I question 1? (The callsign(s) of any associated FM translators, TV translators or LPTV stations will be requested in Section V).

Yes No

7.

Other Authorizations. List call signs, facility identifiers and location(s) of any FM booster or TV booster station(s) for which renewal of license is also requested.

[Exhibit 2] N/A



NOTE: In addition to the information called for in Sections II, III, IV and V, an explanatory exhibit providing full particulars must be submitted for each item for which a "No" response is provided.

Section II - Legal - TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL APPLICANTS

1. Certification.  Licensee certifies that it has answered each question in this application based on its review of the application instructions and worksheets. Licensee further certifies that where it has made an affirmative certification below, this certification constitutes its representation that the application satisfies each of the pertinent standards and criteria set forth in the application, instructions and worksheets. Yes No
2. Character Issues. Licensee certifies that the neither the licensee nor any party to the application has or has had any interest in, or connection with:
a. any broadcast application in any proceeding where character issues were left unresolved or were resolved adversely against the applicant or party to the application; or
Yes No
See Explanation in
[Exhibit 3]
b. any pending broadcast application in which character issues have been raised. Yes No
See Explanation in
[Exhibit 4]
3. Adverse Findings. Licensee certifies that, with respect to the licensee and each party to the application, no adverse finding has been made, nor has an adverse final action been taken by any court or administrative body in a civil or criminal proceeding brought under the provisons of any laws related to the following: any felony; mass media-related antitrust or unfair competition; fraudulent statements to another governmental unit; or discrimination. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 5]

4. FCC Violations during the Preceding License Term. Licensee certifies that, with respect to the station(s) for which renewal is requested, there have been no violations by the licensee of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, or the rules or regulations of the Commission during the preceding license term. If No, the licensee must submit an explanatory exhibit providing complete descriptions of all violations. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 6]

5. Alien Ownership and Control. Licensee certifies that it complies with the provisions of Section 310 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, relating to interests of aliens and foreign governments. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 7]

6. Anti-Drug Abuse Act Certification. Licensee certifies that neither licensee nor any party to the application is subject to denial of federal benefits pursuant to Section 5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 21 U.S.C. Section 862. Yes No
7. Non-Discriminatory Advertising Sales Agreements. Commercial licensee certifies that its advertising sales agreements do not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity and that all such agreements held by the licensee contain nondiscrimination clauses. Noncommercial licensees should select “not applicable.”

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 8]

I certify that the statements in this application are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are made in good faith. I acknowledge that all certifications and attached Exhibits are considered material representations. I hereby waive any claim to the use of any particular frequency as against the regulatory power of the United States because of the previous use of the same, whether by license or otherwise, and request an authorization in accordance with this application. (See Section 304 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.)

Typed or Printed Name of Person Signing
MARGARET L. TOBEY
Typed or Printed Title of Person Signing
ASSISTANT SECRETARY
Signature
Date
08/01/2014
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS ON THIS FORM ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 18, SECTION 1001), AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 503).



Section IV - TO BE COMPLETED BY TV AND CLASS A LICENSEES ONLY

1. Biennial Ownership Report: Licensee certifies that the station's Biennial Ownership Report (FCC Form 323 or 323-E) has been filed with the Commission as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.3615. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 17]

2. EEO Program: Licensee certifies that:
a. The station's Broadcast EEO Program Report (FCC Form 396) has been filed with the Commission, as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080(f)(1).

Specify FCC Form 396 File Number : B396 - 20140801AFF

Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 18]

b. The station has posted its most recent Broadcast EEO Public File Report on the station's website, as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.2080(c)(6).
Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 19]

3. Local Public File. Licensee certifies that the documentation, required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.3526 or 73.3527, as applicable, has been placed in the station's public inspection file at the appropriate times. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 20]

4. Violent Programming. Licensee certifies that no written comments or suggestions have been received from the public that comment on its station's programming and characterize that programming as constituting violent programming.

If No, submit as an Exhibit a summary of those written comments and suggestions received from the public.

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 21]

5. Children's Programming Commercial Limitations. For the period of time covered by this application, the licensee certifies that it has complied with the limits on commercial matter as set forth in 47 C.F.R. Section 73.670. (The limits are no more than 12 minutes of commercial matter per hour during children's programming on weekdays and no more than 10.5 minutes of commercial matter per hour during children's programming on weekends. The limits also apply pro rata to children's programs which are 5 minutes or more and which are not part of a longer block of children's programming.)

If No, submit as an Exhibit a list of each segment of programming 5 minutes or more in duration designed for children 12 years and under and broadcast during the license period which contained commercial matter in excess of the limits. For each programming segment so listed, indicate the length of the segment, the amount of commercial matter contained therein, and an explanation of why the limits were exceeded.
Yes No
N/A






See Explanation in
[Exhibit 22]
6. For the period of time covered by this application, the applicant certifies that it has filed with the Commission, and incorporates by reference, the Children's Television Programming Reports (FCC Form 398) as described in 47 C.F.R. Section 73.3526.

If No, submit as an Exhibit a statment of explanation.

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 23]

7. For the period of time covered by this application, the applicant certifies that the average number of hours of  CORE programming per week broadcast by the station totalled 3 hours or more (averaged over a six-month period). Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 24]

8. The licensee certifies that it identifies each CORE Program aired at the beginning of the airing of each program as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.673.

If No, submit as an Exhibit a statment of explanation.

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 25]

9. The licensee certifies that it provides information identifying each CORE Program aired on its station, including an indication of the target child audience, to publishers of program guides as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.673.

If No, submit as an Exhibit a statement of explanation.

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 26]

10. The licensee certifies that it publicizes the existence and location of the station's Children's Television Programming Reports (FCC Form 398) as required by 47 C.F.R. Section 73.3526(e)(11)(iii).

If No, submit as an Exhibit a statement of explanation , including the specific steps the applicant intends to implement to ensure compliance in the future.

Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 27]

11. The licensee may include as an exhibit any other comments or information it wants the Commision to consider in evaluating compliance with the Children's Television Act. This may include information on any other non-core educational and informational programming that the applicant aired or plans to air, or any existing or proposed non-broadcast efforts that will enhance the educational and informational value of such programming to children. See 47 C.F.R. Section 73.671, NOTE 2.



[Exhibit 28]

12. Continued Class A Eligibility. Licensee certifies that its station does, and will continue to, broadcast: (a) a minimum of 18 hours per day; and (b) an average of at least 3 hours per week of programming each quarter produced within the market area served by the station, a group of commonly controlled low power or Class A stations whose predicted Grade B contours are contiguous. Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 29]

13. Discontinued Operations. Licensee certifies that during the preceding license term, the station has not been silent for any consecutive 12-month period. Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 30]

14. Silent Station. Licensee certifies that the station is currently on the air broadcasting programming intended to be received by the public. Yes No
15. Environmental Effects. Licensee certifies that the specified facility complies with the maximum permissible radio frequency electromagnetic exposure limits for controlled and uncontrolled environments.

By checking "Yes" above, the licensee also certifies that it, in coordination with other users of the site, will reduce power or cease operation as necessary to protect persons having access to the site, tower or antenna from radio frequency electromagnetic exposure in excess of FCC guidelines.

Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 31]
16. Local TV Ownership Waiver. Has the licensee been granted a "failing" or "marginal" station waiver of 47 C.F.R. Section 73.3555(b)?

If Yes, submit as an Exhibit a specific factual showing of the program-related benefits that have accrued to the public as a result of that waiver.

Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 32]



Section V - TO BE COMPLETED BY FM AND TV TRANSLATOR AND LOW POWER TV LICENSEES ONLY
1. and 2. [Station Info and Status]


Low Power Applicants: Answer Question 2a only.

1. Station Information:
Call Sign
Facility Identifier
Area Licensed to Serve
K15CU 64979 City:SALINAS State:CA
2. Operational Status:
a. Silent Station: Licensee certifies that the station is currently on the air.
Yes No
b. Rebroadcast Status: Licensee certifies that the station is currently rebroadcasting the signal of an FM, AM, TV or LPTV station.

If Yes, identify the station being broadcast:

Yes No
N/A
Call Sign Facility Identifier
Area Licensed to Serve
 KNTV  35280  City:SAN JOSE State:CA
c. Rebroadcast Consent: Licensee certifies that it has obtained written authority from the licensee of the primary station identified above for retransmitting primary station's programming. Yes No
N/A




Additional Translator Info   [Exhibit 33]
3. For FM Translator Applicants Only:
a. Licensee certifies that it is in compliance with 47 C.F.R. Section 74.1232(d), which: (1) prohibits the common ownership of a commercial primary FM station and a FM translator station whose coverage contour extends beyond the protected contour of the commercial FM primary station being broadcast, and (2) requires that the FM translator's entire 60 dBu contour is contained within the lesser of: (a) the 2 mV/m daytime contour of the AM primary station being rebroadcast, or (b) a 25-mile radius centered at the AM primary station's transmitter site. (With regard to (1), this restriction also applies to any person or entity having any interest in, or any connection with, the primary FM station.)
Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 34]

b. Licensee certifies that it is in compliance with 47 C.F.R. Section 74.1232(e) which prohibits an FM translator station whose coverage contour extends beyond the protected contour of the commercial primary station being rebroadcast from receiving any support (except for specified technical assistance), before, during or after construction, directly or indirectly, from the primary station or any person or entity having any interest in, or any connection with, the primary station.
Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 35]

4. For Low Power TV Applicants Only:
Licensee certifies that it has filed with the Commission, the station's Broadcast EEO Program Report (FCC Form 396) and has posted the most recent Public File report on the station's website, if required by 47 C.F.R.Section 73.2080(f)(1).
Yes No
N/A

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 36]

5. Environmental Effects. Licensee certifies that the specified facility complies with the maximum permissible radio frequency electromagnetic exposure limits for controlled and uncontrolled environments.

By checking "Yes" above, the licensee also certifies that it, in coordination with other users of the site, will reduce power or cease operation as necessary to protect persons having access to the site, tower or antenna from radio frequency electromagnetic exposure in excess of FCC guidelines.

Yes No

See Explanation in
[Exhibit 37]



Exhibits
Exhibit 20
Description:
LOCAL PUBLIC FILE

IN THE COURSE OF PREPARING THE RENEWAL APPLICATION FOR STATION KNTV, THE LICENSEE REVIEWED THE CONTENTS OF THE STATION'S ONLINE PUBLIC INSPECTION FILE AND DETERMINED THAT TWO ANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORTS (2007-08 AND 2008-09) ARE MISSING FROM THE FILE. THE LICENSEE HAS SEARCHED THE DOCUMENTS THAT PREVIOUSLY MADE UP THE STATIONS PAPER PUBLIC FILE, BUT HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO LOCATE THESE REPORTS. ACCORDINGLY, THE REPORTS ARE BEING RE-CREATED BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA (WITH A CLEAR NOTATION AS TO THE DATE ON WHICH EACH REPORT WAS RE-CREATED) AND POSTED TO THE STATIONS ONLINE PUBLIC INSPECTION FILE. THE ISSUES/PROGRAMS LIST FOR 4TH QUARTER 2010 WAS FILED ON FEBRUARY 11, 2013, ONE WEEK AFTER THE DEADLINE FOR MIGRATING HARD COPIES OF PUBLIC FILE MATERIALS TO THE NEW ONLINE PUBLIC INSPECTION FILES HOSTED BY THE FCC.

Attachment 20


Exhibit 21
Description:
VIEWER CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING VIOLENCE IN PROGRAMMING

THE FOLLOWING SUMMARIZES CORRESPONDENCE FROM VIEWERS DURING THE PRECEDING LICENSE TERM THAT ADDRESSED VIOLENCE IN STATION KNTV'S PROGRAMMING:

5 OCTOBER 2006
EMAIL TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT GRAPHIC VIOLENCE IN HEROES AFTER IT WAS MARKETED IN A MANNER THAT DID NOT INDICATE ITS VIOLENCE.

2 NOVEMBER 2006 15 FEBRUARY 2007
NINETEEN EMAILS TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT CENSORING OUT REFERENCES TO GOD FROM VEGGIE TALES WHILE ALLOWING VIOLENCE TO REMAIN IN OTHER PROGRAMING.

11 MARCH 2007
EMAIL TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT COVERAGE OF VIOLENCE WITHIN A VIDEO GAME ON A TECH NOW SEGMENT.

19 APRIL 2007
THREE EMAILS TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT NEWS COVERAGE OF THE VIRGINIA TECH SHOOTINGS.

19 JULY 2007
EMAIL TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT A NEWS BROADCAST THAT INCLUDED GRAPHIC IMAGES OF DOG FIGHTING.

12 AUGUST 2008
EMAIL TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT VIOLENCE IN COMMERCIALS DURING OLYMPIC COVERAGE.

28 SEPTEMBER 2009
GENERAL EMAIL TO ALL STATIONS ASSERTING THAT VIOLENCE ON TELEVISION IS ESCALATING VIOLENCE WITHIN SOCIETY.

9 JULY 2010
EMAIL TO STATION COMPLAINING ABOUT THE GRAPHIC VIDEO FOOTAGE IN NEWS COVERAGE OF THE OSCAR GRANT BEATING IN OAKLAND.




Attachment 21


Exhibit 22
Description:
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING COMMERCIAL LIMITS

ON OCTOBER 12, 2013, THE CLOSING CREDITS FOR LAZYTOWN, A 30-MINUTE EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIONAL PROGRAM SUPPLIED TO THE NBC NETWORK BY SPROUT FOR THE NBC KIDS SATURDAY MORNING E/I BLOCK, WHICH AIRED ON STATION KNTV, INADVERTENTLY INCLUDED A FLEETING (ONE-HALF SECOND) DISPLAY OF THE URL FOR A WEBSITE (WWW.LAZYTOWN.COM) THAT DID NOT CONFORM TO THE FCC'S CHILDRENS TV COMMERCIAL LIMIT RULES FOR WEB SITE DISPLAYS. THE DISPLAY OF THE URL WAS FLEETING AND BARELY DISCERNIBLE BY VIEWERS AND WAS THEREFORE MISSED IN THE STANDARD REVIEW PROCESS. THE NBC NETWORK TAKES PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID ANY POTENTIAL VIOLATIONS OF THE FCC'S WEBSITE RULES. SPECIFICALLY, EACH EPISODE OF THE NBC KIDS SATURDAY MORNING E/I BLOCK IS REVIEWED BY SPROUT, WHOSE POLICY IS TO REMOVE ALL URLS FROM PROGRAM MATERIALS. IN THIS CASE, HOWEVER, THE DISPLAY OF THE URL IN THE CLOSING CREDITS WAS SO FLEETING IT WAS MISSED DURING THE REVIEW PROCESS. THE NBC NETWORK IS WORKING WITH SPROUT TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES TO MINIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF A RE-OCCURRENCE OF THIS ISOLATED INCIDENT.

Attachment 22


Exhibit 23
Description:
CHILDREN'S TELEVISION PROGRAMMING REPORTS

IN THE COURSE OF PREPARING THE RENEWAL APPLICATION FOR STATION KNTV, THE LICENSEE REVIEWED ALL OF THE FORMS 398 (CHILDREN'S TELEVISION PROGRAMMING REPORTS) FILED BY THE STATION DURING THE PRECEDING LICENSE TERM (2006-2014) AND DETERMINED THAT ALL REPORTS WERE TIMELY FILED. HOWEVER, SEVERAL REPORTS THAT WERE TIMELY FILED BUT SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED OR CORRECTED APPEAR FROM THE PUBLIC-FACING RECORDS TO HAVE BEEN FILED LATE. SPECIFICALLY, THE REPORT FOR 1ST QUARTER 2007 WAS FILED ON JUNE 8, 2007, PURSUANT TO AN ACROSS-THE-BOARD EXTENSION TO JUNE 11, 2007, BY THE COMMISSION IN CONNECTION WITH THE ROLL-OUT OF A NEW VERSION OF THE FORM. HOWEVER, THE LICENSEE SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED THE 1ST QUARTER REPORT ON JUNE 29, 2007. THE REPORT FOR 4TH QUARTER 2008 WAS TIMELY FILED ON JANUARY 9, 2009 (CONFIRMATION NO. 92869), BUT WAS SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED ON JULY 17, 2009. THE REPORT FOR 1ST QUARTER 2009 WAS TIMELY FILED ON APRIL 9, 2009 (CONFIRMATION NO. 94988), BUT WAS SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED ON JULY 15, 2014. THE REPORT FOR 4TH QUARTER 2012 WAS TIMELY FILED ON JANUARY 9, 2013 (CONFIRMATION NO. 137580), BUT WAS SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED ON APRIL 2, 2013. THE REPORT FOR 1ST QUARTER 2008 WAS TIMELY FILED AND IS AVAILABLE ON THE FCCS CHILDRENS TELEVISION PROGRAMMING REPORT WEBSITE (HTTP://LICENSING.FCC.GOV/KIDVIDNEW/PUBLIC/REPORT/19/REPORT.FACES), BUT IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE STATION'S ONLINE PUBLIC INSPECTION FILE. ALL FORMS 398 WERE TO BE MIGRATED TO EACH STATION'S ONLINE PUBLIC INSPECTION FILE BY THE FCC ITSELF. THE LICENSEE HAS CONTACTED THE FCC'S HELP REQUEST LINE TO ENSURE THAT A COPY OF THE REPORT IS POSTED IN THE STATION'S PUBLIC INSPECTION FILE (TRACKING NO. HD0000002337774).

Attachment 23


Exhibit 24
Description:
CHILDREN'S CORE PROGRAMMING

IN 3RD QUARTER 2007, THE STATION WAS UNABLE TO RESCHEDULE THREE EPISODES OF CORE PROGRAMMING, RESULTING IN A WEEKLY AVERAGE FOR THAT QUARTER OF 2.89 HOURS. DUE TO THE STATION'S COVERAGE OF THE 2008 SUMMER OLYMPICS IN BEIJING, THE STATION'S CORE PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE WAS AFFECTED FOR 3RD QUARTER 2008. HOWEVER, IN PART DUE TO ADVANCE FEEDS OF THE E/I PROGRAMS FROM THE NBC NETWORK, THE STATION WAS ABLE TO RESCHEDULE ALL OF THE EPISODES PREEMPTED BY THE THREE SATURDAYS OF OLYMPICS COVERAGE. LATER IN THE SAME QUARTER, ONE EPISODE OF CORE PROGRAMMING THAT WAS PREEMPTED DUE TO SPORTS COVERAGE COULD NOT BE RESCHEDULED. AS A RESULT, THE STATION AVERAGED 2.96 HOURS PER WEEK DURING 3RD QUARTER 2008 (2.98 HOURS WHEN COMBINED WITH 4TH QUARTER 2008). IN 4TH QUARTER, ONE EPISODE OF CORE PROGRAMMING THAT WAS PREEMPTED DUE TO SPORTS COVERAGE COULD NOT BE RESCHEDULED. AS A RESULT, THE STATION AVERAGED 2.96 HOURS PER WEEK DURING 4TH QUARTER 2009 (2.98 HOURS WHEN COMBINED WITH 3RD QUARTER 2009). THESE WERE THE ONLY UNRESCHEDULED PREEMPTIONS BY THE STATION (OTHER THAN FOR BREAKING NEWS) DURING THE EIGHT-YEAR LICENSE PERIOD.

THE STAFF OF THE MEDIA BUREAU HAS ACCORDED FLEXIBILITY TO THE AFFILIATES OF MAJOR NETWORKS TO PREEMPT A LIMITED AMOUNT OF CORE PROGRAMMING FOR THE PRESENTATION OF NETWORK SPORTS. IN THE CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING PROCEEDING THAT CONCLUDED WITH THE NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT BETWEEN BROADCAST NETWORKS AND CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY GROUPS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION IN 2006, CHILDREN'S ADVOCATES AGREED THAT MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS SUCH AS THE OLYMPICS GENERALLY MERITED ADDITIONAL FLEXIBILITY. CHILDREN'S TELEVISION OBLIGATIONS OF DIGITAL TELEVISION BROADCASTERS, SECOND ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION AND SECOND REPORT AND ORDER, 21 FCC RCD 11065, 11077 (2006). SEE ALSO LETTER DATED AUGUST 15, 2007, FROM MARGARET L. TOBEY, VICE PRESIDENT, REGULATORY AFFAIRS, NBC UNIVERSAL, INC., TO BARBARA KREISMAN, CHIEF, VIDEO DIVISION, MEDIA BUREAU (ANNUAL PREEMPTION FLEXIBILITY LETTER SUBMITTED TO THE MEDIA BUREAU FOR THE 2007-2008 SEASON). BASED ON THE FOREGOING, THE STATION BELIEVES THAT IT HAS MET THE COMMISSION'S OBJECTIVES WITH RESPECT TO CORE PROGRAMMING DURING THE CURRENT LICENSE TERM AND HAS DEMONSTRATED ITS SUBSTANTIAL COMMITMENT TO MEETING THE EDUCATIONAL AND INFORMATIONAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN THROUGH ITS CORE PROGRAMMING.


Attachment 24