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approved such application but for the finding of the Corporation under this paragraph) pending a final determination of the Secre tary upon completion of such review. The Corporation shall monitor the equal employment opportunity practices of each recipient throughout the duration of the grant or contract.
(C) The provisions of subparagraph (A) and subparagraph (B) shall take effect on the effective date of the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary pursuant to paragraph (2XA).
(4) Based upon its responsibilities under paragraph (3), the Corpo ration shall provide an annual report for the preceding fiscal year ending September 30 to the Secretary on or before the 15th day of February of each year. The report shall contain information in the form required by the Secretary. The Corporation shall submit a summary of such report to the President and the Congress as part of the report required in section 396(i). The Corporation shall provide other information in the form which the Secretary may require in order to carry out the functions of the Secretary under this subsection.
(5) Whenever the Secretary makes a final determination, pursuant to the rules and regulations which the Secretary shall pre scribe, that a recipient is not in compliance with paragraph (1), the Secretary shall within 10 days after such determination, notify the recipient in writing of such determination and request the recipient to secure compliance. Unless the recipient within 120 days after receipt of such written notice
(A) demonstrates to the Secretary that the violation has been corrected; or
(B) enters into a compliance agreement approved by the Sec
retary; the Secretary shall direct the Corporation to reduce or suspend any further payments of funds under this part to the recipient and the Corporation shall comply with such directive. Resumption of payments shall take place only when the Secretary certifies to the Corporation that the recipient has entered into a compliance agree ment approved by the Secretary. A recipient whose funds have been reduced or suspended under this paragraph may apply at any time to the Secretary for such certification.
(c) Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize any de partment, agency, officer, or employee of the United States to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the content or distribution of public telecommunications programs and services, or over the curriculum or program of instruction of any educational institution or school system. EDITORIALIZING AND SUPPORT OF POLITICAL CANDIDATES PROHIBITED
Sec. 399. [47 U.S.C. 399] No noncommercial educational broadcasting station which receives a grant from the Corporation under subpart C of this part may engage in editorializing. No noncommercial educational broadcasting station may support or oppose any candidate for political office. 212
312 Section 399 was amended to read as above by Public Law 97-35, 95 Stat. 357, 730, Aug. 31, 1981. The section formerly read as follows:
USE OF BUSINESS OR INSTITUTIONAL LOGOGRAMS
SEC. 399A.213 [47 U.S.C. 399a] (a) For purposes of this section, the term “business or institutional logogram" means any aural or visual letters or words, or any symbol or sign, which is used for the exclusive purpose of identifying any corporation, company, or other organization, and which is not used for the purpose of promoting the products, services, or facilities of such corporation, company, or other organization.
(b) Each public television station and each public radio station shall be authorized to broadcast announcements which include the use of any business or institutional logogram and which include a reference to the location of the corporation, company, or other organization involved, except that such announcements may not interrupt regular programming.
(c) The provisions of this section shall not be construed to limit the authority of the Commission to prescribe regulations relating to the manner in which logograms may be used to identify corporations, companies, or other organizations. OFFERING OF CEKTAIN SERVICES, FACILITIES, OR PRODUCTS BY PUBLIC
BROADCAST STATIONS SEC. 399B.214 (47 U.S.C. 399b] (a) For purposes of this section, the term “advertisement” means any message or other programming material which is broadcast or otherwise transmitted in exchange for any remuneration, and which is intended
(1) to promote any service, facility, or product offered by any person who is engaged in such offering for profit;
EDITORIALIZING AND SUPPORT OF POLITICAL CANDIDATES PROHIBITED; RECORDINGS OF CERTAIN
PROGRAMS Sec. 399. (a) No noncommercial educational broadcasting station may engage in editorializing or may support or oppose any candidate for political office.
(oxi) Except as provided in paragraph (2), each licensee which receives assistance under this part after the date of the enactment of this subsection shall retain an audio recording of each of its broadcasts of any program in which any issue of public importance is discussed. Each such recording shall be retained for the sixty-day period beginning on the date on which the licensee broadcasts such program.
(2) The requirements of paragraph (1) shall not apply with respect to a licensee's broadcast of a program if an entity designated by the licensee retains an audio recording of each of the licensee's broadcasts of such a program for the period prescribed by paragraph (1).
(3) Each licensee and entity designated by a licensee under paragraph (2) which retains a recording under paragraph (1) or (2) shall, in the period during which such recording is required under such paragraph to be retained, make a copy of such recording available
(A) to the Commission upon its request, and
(B) to any other person upon payment to the licensee or designated entity (as the case may be) of its reasonable cost of making such copy. (4) The Commission shall by rule prescribe
(A) the manner in which recordings required by this subsection shall be kept, and
(B) the conditions under which they shall be available to persons other than the Commission, giving due regard to the goals of eliminating unnecessary expense and effort and minimizing administrative burdens. (5) From amounts appropriated pursuant to section 391 after the date of enactment of this para graph, the Secretary may make a grant to any licensee of a noncommercial educational broadcast station who received assistance under this part of the full amount necessary to acquire equipment to permit such licensee to comply with paragraph (1) of this subsection
The former subsection 399a) was added by Public Law 90-129, approved November 7, 1967, 81 Stat. 368. Originally, it was section 399 in its entirety. The former paragraph (b) was added by Public Law 93-84, approved August 6, 1973, 87 Stat. 219. Paragraph (65) was added by Public Law 94-309, approved June 5, 1976, 90 Stat. 685.
213 Section 399A was added by Public Law 97-35, 95 Stat. 357, 730, Aug. 13, 1981. 214 Section 399B was added by Public Law 97-35, 95 Stat. 357, 731, Aug. 13, 1981.
(2) to express the views of any person with respect to any matter of public importance or interest; or
(3) to support or oppose any candidate for political office. (bX1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), each public broadcast station shall be authorized to engage in the offering of services, facilities, or products in exchange for remuneration.
(2) No public broadcast station may make its facilities available to any person for the broadcasting of any advertisement.
(c) Any public broadcast station which engages in any offering specified in subsection (bX1) may not use any funds distributed by the Corporation under section 396(k) to defray any costs associated with such offering. Any such offering by a public broadcast station shall not interfere with the provision of public telecommunications services by such station.
(d) Each public broadcast station which engages in the activity specified in subsection (bX1) shall, in consultation with the Corporation, develop an accounting system which is designed to identify any amounts received as remuneration for, or costs related to, such activities under this section, and to account for such amounts separately from any other amounts received by such station from any source.
TITLE IV-PROCEDURAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
JURISDICTION TO ENFORCE ACT AND ORDERS OF COMMISSION
SEC. 401. [47 U.S.C. 401] (a) The district courts of the United States shall have jurisdiction, upon application of the Attorney General of the United States at the request of the Commission, alleging a failure to comply with or a violation of any of the provisions of this Act by any person, to issue a writ or writs of mandamus commanding such person to comply with the provisions of this Act.
(b) If any person fails or neglects to obey any order of the Commission other than for the payment of money, while the same is in effect, the Commission or any party injured thereby, or the United States, by its Attorney General, may apply to the appropriate district court of the United States for the enforcement of such order. If, after hearing, that court determines that the order was regularly made and duly served, and that the person is in disobedience of the same, the court shall enforce obedience to such order by a writ of injunction or other proper process, mandatory or otherwise, to restrain such person or the officers, agents, or representatives of such person, from further disobedience of such order, or to enjoin upon it or them obedience to the same.
(c) Upon the request of the Commission it shall be the duty of any district attorney of the United States to whom the Commission may apply to institute in the proper court and to prosecute under the direction of the Attorney General of the United States all necessary proceedings for the enforcement of the provisions of this Act and for the punishment of all violations thereof, and the costs and expenses of such prosecutions shall be paid out of the appropriations for the expenses of the courts of the United States.
PROCEEDINGS TO ENJOIN, SET ASIDE, ANNUL, OR SUSPEND ORDERS OF
Sec. 402. [47 U.S.C. 402] (a) Any proceeding to enjoin, set aside, annul, or suspend any order of the Commission under this Act (except those appealable under subsection (b) of this section) shall be brought as provided by and in the manner prescribed in chapter 158 of title 28, United States Code. 216
(b) Appeals may be taken from decisions and orders of the Commission to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in any of the following cases:
(1) By any applicant for a construction permit or station license, whose application is denied by the Commission.
(2) By any applicant for the renewal or modification of any such instrument of authorization whose application is denied by the Commission.
(3) By any party to an application for authority to transfer, assign, or dispose of any such instrument of authorization, or any rights thereunder, whose application is denied by the Commission.
(4) By any applicant for the permit required by section 325 of this act whose application has been denied by the Commission, or by any permittee under said section whose permit has been re voked by the Commission.
(5) By the holder of any construction permit or station license which has been modified or revoked by the Commission.
(6) By any other person who is aggrieved or whose interests are adversely affected by any order of the Commission granting or de nying any application described in paragraphs (1), (2), (3), and (4) hereof.
(7) By any person upon whom an order to cease and desist has been served under section 312 of this Act.
(8) By any radio operator whose license has been suspended by the Commission.
(c) such appeal shall be taken by filing a notice of appeal with the court within thirty days from the date upon which public notice is given of the decision or order complained of. Such notice of appeal shall contain a concise statement of the nature of the preceedings as to which the appeal is taken; a concise statement of the reasons on which the appellant intends to rely, separately stated and numbered; and proof of service of a true copy of said notice and statement upon the Commission. Upon filing of such notice, the court shall have jurisdiction of the proceedings and of the questions determined therein and shall have power, by order, directed to the Commission or any other party to the appeal, to grant such temporary relief as it may deem just and proper. Orders granting temporary relief may be either affirmative or negative in their scope and application so as to permit either the maintenance of the status quo in the matter in which the appeal is taken or the restoration of a position or status terminated or adversely affected by the order appealed from and shall, unless otherwise ordered by the court, be effective pending hearing and determination of said appeal and compliance by the Commission with the final judgment of the court rendered in said appeal.
215 Subsection (d) was repealed by Public Law 93-528, 88 Stat. 1706, Dec. 21, 1974. 216 Section 4021a) was amended by Public Law 97-259, approved September 13, 1982, 96 Stat. 1087, 1097, by substituting "chapter 158 of title 28, United States Code” for “Public Law 901, Eighty-first Congress, approved December 29, 1950.""
(d) Upon the filing of any such notice of appeal the appellant shall, not later than five days after the filing of such notice, notify each person shown by the records of the Commission to be interested in said appeal of the filing and pendency of the same. The Commission shall file with the court the record upon which the order complained of was entered, as provided in section 2112 of Title 28, United States Code.217
(e) Within thirty days after the filing of any such appeal any interested person may intervene and participate in the proceedings had upon said appeal by filing with the court a notice of intention to intervene and a verified statement showing the nature of the interest of such party, together with proof of service of true copies of said notice and statement, both upon appellant and upon the Commission. Any person who would be aggrieved or whose interest would be adversely affected by a reversal or modification of the order of the Commission complained of shall be considered an interested party.
(f) The record and briefs upon which any such appeal shall be heard and determined by the court shall contain such information and material, and shall be prepared within such time and in such manner as the court may by rule prescribe.
(g) The court shall hear and determine the appeal upon the record before it in the manner prescribed by section 706 of title 5.
(h) In the event that the court shall render a decision and enter an order reversing the order of the Commission, it shall remand the case to the Commission to carry out the judgment of the court and it shall be the duty of the Commission, in the absence of the proceedings to review such judgment, to forthwith give effect there to, and unless otherwise ordered by the court, to do so upon the basis of the proceedings already had and the record upon which said appeal was heard and determined.
(i) The court may, in its discretion, enter judgment for costs in favor of or against an appellant, or other interested parties inter
217 Section 402d) was amended to read as above by Public Law 97-259, approved September 13, 1982, 96 Stat. 1087, 1097. The subsection formerly read as follows:
(d) Upon the filing of any such notice of appeal the Commission shall, not later than five days after the date of service upon it, notify each person shown by the records of the Commission to be interested in said appeal of the filing and pendency of the same and shall thereafter permit any such person to inspect and make copies of said notice and statement of reasons there for at the office of the Commission in the city of Washington. Within thirty days after the filing of an appeal, the Commission shall file with the court the record upon which the order complained of was entered, as provided in section 2112 of Title 28, United States Code.
The former section 402(d) was amended to read as such by Public Law No. 791, 85th Cong., 2d Sess., approved Aug. 28, 1958, 72 Stat. 945. Prior to that, the section had read as follows:
(d) Upon the filing of any such notice of appeal the Commission shall not later than five days after the date of service upon it, notify each person shown by the records of the Commission to be interested in said appeal of the filing and pendency of the same and shall thereafter permit any such person to inspect and make copies of said notice and statement of reasons therefor at the office of the Commission in the City of Washington. Within thirty days after the filing of an appeal, the Commission shall file with the court a copy of the order complained of, a full statement in writing of the facts and grounds relied upon by it in support of the order involved upon said appeal, and the originals or certified copies of all papers and evidence presented to and considered by it in entering said order.