When Harding died, President Calvin Coolidge appointed him to serve on the Federal Radio Commission - a job that saw him relocate to Washington DC.
What does FRC stand for?
FRC stands for Federal Radio Commission
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- Family Resource Center
- Farriers Registration Council (UK)
- Fast Reiterative Censoring (method)
- Fast Response Craft (offshore production and exploration)
- Fast Response Cutter (boat: US Coast Guard)
- Fatah Revolutionary Council (Abu Nidal Organization)
- Fathers Raising Children
- Feasibility Review Conference (USACE)
- Feather River College (Quincy, CA)
- Federal Radiation Council
- Federal Records Center
- Federal Regional Center
- Federal Reserve Council
- Federal Resource Center
- Federal Resource Coordinator (US FEMA)
- Federal Response Center
- Federal Retirement Calculator
- Fédération pour la Recherche sur le Cerveau (French: Brain Research Federation)
- Fédération Régionale des Chasseurs (French: Regional Federation of Hunters)
- Fédération Romande des Consommateurs (French: Romande Consumer Federation; Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When Harding died, President Calvin Coolidge appointed him to serve on the Federal Radio Commission in Washington, DC, before his death in 1952.
Shortly after the purchase, Convey was told by the Federal Radio Commission that he would have to reduce the station's power from 5,000 watts to 1,000 watts.
The early 1920s, a period in which a substantial number of radio stations had gone on the air but before the Federal Radio Commission - the FCC's predecessor - was created by the Radio Act of 1927, provides some context.
WSBF was listed at 1160 Kc early in 1928, but had been deleted by the Federal Radio Commission by the end of that year.
Soon the Federal Radio Commission began to question whether The Principia should be allowed to continue operating a radio station.
As more and more radio stations applied for broadcast licenses, it became clear to Washington officials that an oversight organization was needed to administer broadcasting, and the Federal Radio Commission (FRC) was established in 1927.
By 1928, the Federal Radio Commission outlawed portables under General Order 30.