Friday, October 21, 2016
FCC License Management System (LMS)
Deputy Division Chief, Video Division of the Media Bureau
Federal Communications Commission
The LMS is the new e-filing system used by TV Broadcasters to file all applications. LMS has replaced the CDBS for all television services. Mr. Hashemzadeh will explain how to file applications and also other tips and tricks to navigating LMS.
Mr. Hashemzadeh received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University. Upon graduation, he traveled back to his homeland, Iran, and worked for private companies as an Electrical Engineer in the manufacturing sector. Upon his return to US in October 1982 he joined Federal Communications Commission as an Electronic Engineer in the Video Division of Media Bureau.
There, he was involved in creating the LPTV services. Most of his work at the Commission has been involved in helping create various filing systems for the broadcasters to file applications and for Commission staff to process applications. Examples of such systems are Consolidated Database System (CDBS), Online Public Information Files (OPIF) , Children Programming Reports (KIDVID) and most recently Licensing Management System(LMS). Currently he serves as Deputy Chief of Video Division where he oversees all activities regarding LPTV and Class A television stations.
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Reception 11:45 AM with Lunch beginning at 12:30 PM
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