Big money from FCC auction means end of some TV stations

For some television stations, there was money — a great deal of it — in the air.

Licensed airwaves, commonly known as broadcast spectrum, were recently auctioned off by the Federal Communications Commission in a years-long process that will see some stations eventually go off the air, including five low-power stations in the Pittsburgh area.

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