Saturday, June 28, 2008

Rep. Matthew Hill: Appalachian Performing Arts Institute, Inc. & FCC Cited CFR Violations

Rep. Matthew Hill
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Performing arts
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The performing arts are those forms of art which differ from the plastic arts insofar as the former uses the artist's own body, face and presence as a medium [i.e. not suited for broadcast radio], and the latter uses materials such as clay, metal or paint which can be molded or transformed to create some physical art object. The term "performing arts" first appeared in the English language in the year 1711.

Types of performing arts

The Performing arts include the dance, music, opera, theater, and circus arts [e.g. clowns].

Artists who participate in these arts in front of an audience are called performers, including actors, comedians, dancers, musicians, and singers. Performing arts are also supported by workers in related fields, such as songwriting and stagecraft.

Performers often adapt their appearance, such as with costumes and stage makeup, etc.

There is also a specialized form of fine art in which the artists perform their work live to an audience. This is called Performance art. Most performance art also involves some form of plastic art, perhaps in the creation of props. Dance was often referred to as a plastic art during the Modern dance era.

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FM STATION APPLICATIONS FOR ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION PERMIT APPLICATION REINSTATED

FCC Public Notice
PDF
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December 10, 2007
WFAS-FM Heads For The Big Apple


[...]

*Here's some good news from MAINE: veteran Portland morning man Bud Sawyer is returning to the air soon, via low-power WJZF-LP (97.1 Standish). Sawyer, last heard on Portland's WLOB (1310) but best remembered for his long stints with WPOR and WGAN, will be heard 7-10 AM weekdays, broadcasting from his home overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Falmouth.

WJZF is as good a place as any to begin the next installment of our plunge into the sea of applications from the 2007 Non-Comm FM Window, inasmuch as the Standish Citizens Educational Organization, licensee of the LPFM, has applied for a full-power signal, with 9.7 kW on 88.1. That application ended up MX'd to two other 88.1 applications - a 50 kW in Bowdoin from Light of Life Ministries, one of nine Maine applications from that religious broadcaster, and a 1 kW application in Hallowell from the University of Maine - as well as to an 88.3 in Kennebunkport (New Life Media) and to several New Hampshire applicants.

In addition to Light of Life's 9 applications, at least 17 others among the 45 Maine applications were from religious broadcasters. Calvary Chapel of Portland applied for 88.5 Westbrook and 89.7 Freeport, with the Westbrook application being one of four to make the FCC's "singleton" list.

The other Maine singletons are Light of Life's 88.1 Pittston Farm and the University of Maine's 91.5 Farmington and 91.7 Machias applications.

A few others worth noting: the Appalachian Performing Arts Institute, based in Tennessee, applied for 88.1 Presque Isle and 90.5 Kittery, while another Tennessee-based applicant using the same consulting engineer, the Appalachian Educational Communication Corp., applied for 90.7 in Livermore Falls and Wilton.


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Tennessee Department of State
Online Search: APPALACHIAN PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTE, INC.


I.D. Number: 0317604
Business Type*: CORPORATION
Profit/Nonprofit: NONPROFIT
Status*: ACTIVE
Date of Formation/Qualification: 09/05/1996
Domestic/Foreign: DOMESTIC
Place of Incorporation/Organization: SULLIVAN
Duration: PERPETUAL
FYC(Fiscal Year Closing) Month: DECEMBER

Principal Office:
Address Line 1: 139 POLO DRIVE
Address Line 2:
City: BLOUNTVILLE
State: TN
Zip: 37617
Other than USA:

Registered Agent:
Name: KENNETH C. HILL [the father of Rep. Matthew Hill]
Address Line 1: 139 POLO DRIVE [residence]
Address Line 2:
City: BLOUNTVILLE
State: TN
Zip: 37617

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Tennessee Department of State
Online Search: APPALACHIAN EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION CORPORATION

I.D. Number 0104190
Business Type*: CORPORATION
Profit/Nonprofit:
Status*: ACTIVE
Date of Formation/Qualification: 06/03/1981
Domestic/Foreign: DOMESTIC
Place of Incorporation/Organization: SULLIVAN
Duration: PERPETUAL
FYC(Fiscal Year Closing) Month: DECEMBER

Principal Office:
Address Line 1: 340 EDGEMONT AVE
Address Line 2: SUITE 100
City: BRISTOL
State: TN
Zip: 37620
Other than USA:

Registered Agent:
Name: KENNETH C HILL
Address Line 1: 139 POLO DR.
Address Line 2:
City: BLOUNTVILLE
State: TN
Zip: 376170000

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PA BNPED-20071015AAU NEW 174743 APPALACHIAN PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTE, INC. CP New Station.
E 91.7 MHZ COOPERSTOWN, PA
Dismissed 11/8/2007 pursuant
to FCC 07-179, for violation
of 10 application limit (Mark
Jones). No letter sent.

Petition for Reconsideration
Filed 12/21/2007 by Appalachian
Performing Arts Institute,
Inc.

Petition for Reconsideration
Filed 12/21/2007 by Appalachian
Performing Arts Institute,
Inc.

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