The FCC accuses Rubash of broadcasting on the 88.3 FM radio frequency, KMAN reported. The agency said Rubash was rebroadcasting programming from the Republic Broadcasting Network talk radio station.
The FCC wrote that Rubash “apparently willfully and repeatedly violated” the federal Communications Act by operating the station without a license.
On Sept. 26, the 88.3 signal was traced to an FM transmitting antenna mounted on a pole next to a Manhattan home. The FCC wrote that agents determined that the signal was strong enough to require a license but none had been granted to operate the station.
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