It’s March Madness, LPTV style, as the court filings and responses continue to fly over low-power TV participation in the FCC’s spectrum auction.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has given the FCC until March 8 to respond to the request of LPTV licensees Videohouse, Fifth Street, and WMTM that the court stay the March 29 start of the auction.

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