More reaction to spectrum auction NPRM

By Dave Seyler on Oct, 1 2012 The FCC’s kick-off of the landmark spectrum auction notice of planned rule making had many in Washington talking – and here’s what a few more had to say, including remar...

FCC to Review Spectrum Screen

Republicans concerned it could adversely affect spectrum revenues By John Eggerton — Broadcasting & Cable, 9/28/2012 1:24:15 PM The FCC voted Friday to review its spectrum screen, which pot...

NRB SUPPORTS SPECTRUM INVENTORY

Manassas, VA – In advance of the FCC’s consideration this week of a new auction of television broadcast spectrum, the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation’s largest association of ...

Low-Power TV Defended In High Places

Spectrum auctions are fine, say the chairs of three congressional caucuses representing minority interests, but the FCC needs to make sure those minority communities don’t lose TV service. And ...

AOM Not Part of Incentive Auction Framework

Sources confirm allotment optimization model is not part of draft proposal scheduled to be voted by commission Friday By John Eggerton — Broadcasting & Cable, 9/24/2012 5:34:43 PM Multiple ...

McAdams On: Why LightSquared Still Matters

WASHINGTON–Writing off LightSquared would be a mistake. The venture is an object lesson in how spectrum allocation is meaningless without consistent receiver standards, and how one industry str...