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FCC, Fisher Reach Consent Decree Over KVI Contest
The FCC and FISHER BROADCASTING-SEATTLE RADIO, L.L.C. have entered a consent decree over a contest at Talk KVI-A/SEATTLE that turned out to be rigged by a former employee. FISHER will pay a “voluntary contribution” of $7,000 to the U.S. Treasury to settle the case.
The 2007 contest, which involved $1,000 prizes for listeners who called when they heard their names; the former employee allegedly had her friends register and were told when to listen, a situation the station said it only knew after the fact, when it called police.