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Interactive Video and Data Services (IVDS)


LETTER (DA 04-3359)
Friends of IVDS, L.L.C. - Request for Refund of Installment Payments
The Division denied a request for refund of installment payments paid to the Commission after the automatic cancellation of two licenses.
LETTER (DA 03-1960)
Letter to Mr. Jay N. Lazrus, Esquire on behalf of Charleston Interactive Technologies, LLC
Denied Charleston Interactive Technologies, LLC's Request for Waiver of the Commission's procedures for providing refunds generated by the retroactive bidding credit applied to the accounts of certain winning bidders in the 218-219 MHz Report and Order.
LETTER (DA 02-819)
Messrs. Gavin and Besozzi on behalf U.S. Telemetry Corporation
This letter denies U.S. Telemetry's request for a nine month postponement of its installment payment obligations with respect to 87 of its licenses and to waive the automatic cancellation of 40 of those licenses
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LETTER (DA 02-476)
Mr. Walter Steimel, Jr., Esquire Counsel for Red Hot Radio, G.P.
This letter dismisses Red Hot Radio's petition for reconsideration of its omission from the Eligibility List contained in the January 3, 2001 Election PN, 16 FCC Rcd. 5937.
LETTER (DA 01-2542)
Mr. Kurt Schueler, President of New England Mobile Communications, Inc.
Letter denies the July 12, 2001 waiver request of the interest associated with its installment payment obligations on a 218-219 MHZ Service license.
LETTER (DA 01-1413)
Letter to E. Ashton Johnston, Esquire, on behalf of Vista Communications, Inc. (Vista)
This letter denies Vista's eligibility status for participation in the 218-219 MHz restructuring plan as well as its request for waiver of the Commission's grace period rules and request to remit funds sufficient to cover installment payments due on its licenses to make it current through March 16, 1998.
LETTER (DA 01-170)
Letter to J. Jeffrey Craven, Esquire, Patton Boggs, LLP
This letter denies IVIDCO's request for reconsideration of the Bureau's decision that IVIDCO is ineligible to participate in the restructuring plan.
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