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And the legal beat goes on. LPTV station owner Videohouse told a D.C. federal court Wednesday that the FCC is trying to force it into "the ultimate game of gotcha," but that the court should step in to stop it, and...
Seeking a ruling from the court by March 11, Latina Broadcasters of Daytona Beach filed their brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia bright and early Monday (March 7), according to a copy supplied...
Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia (FAB) et al., representing a group of low power TVs challenging the incentive auction, have filed a brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, one of a host of filings...
NAB recently launched the new BroadcastPublicService.org to highlight local broadcasters’ public service, lifeline reporting and investigative journalism. The interactive map on the website's home page provides hundreds of examples of radio and TV stations disseminating weather warnings during emergencies; raising funds...
A group of low-power TV stations denied participation in the upcoming broadcast-spectrum incentive auction has asked the Federal Communications Commission to stay the March 29 start of the incentive auction.   That is according to a document filed at the FCC. In...
Nora Crosby Soto, owner of Latina Broadcasters of Daytona Beach, says is looking for help from the Latino community as she tries to get the FCC to allow her low-power station, Azteca America affiliate WDYB, to participate in the...
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...
Arguing that the FCC acted in an arbitrary and capricious manner in declaring it ineligible to participate in the incentive auction, Latina Broadcasters of Daytona Beach-the licensee of Class A low power television (LPTV) station WDYB-asked the D.C. Circuit...
After asking the FCC to delay the March 29 start of its upcoming spectrum incentive auction and being turned down by the commission, low-power TV interests have turned to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to...
A group of low-power TV stations denied participation in the upcoming broadcast-spectrum incentive auction has asked the Federal Communications Commission to stay the March 29 start of the incentive auction. That is according to a document filed at the FCC. In...
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