The FCC requires licensees to report any changes in controlling interest, Atlanta Unfiltered writes.
Rogers also did not inform his employers, Georgia Public Broadcasting, of the deal, Atlanta Unfiltered reports. GPB requires employees to get written approval before taking on outside employment.
Patch has reached out to Rogers for comment, but has not heard back.
Rogers is currently the executive director of GPB's Georgia Works initiative, which allows him to highlight jobs and industries either expanding or moving into the state.