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The Federal Communications Commission has blasted a set of low-power TV stations’ objections to the upcoming spectrum auction, telling the D.C. Circuit on Friday that the risk for their spectrum to be confiscated without compensation is no different than...
WASHINGTON—The Federal Communications Commission today outlined provisions to accommodate low-power television and translator licencees through the incentive auction process. The FCC said today’s Third Channel Sharing Report & Order builds on previous commission actions by: Permitting Channel-Sharing: The Third Report &...
Broadcasters interested in putting spectrum into the upcoming broadcast incentive auction will want to mark Dec. 8 on their calendars and bookmark this FCC online tutorial. The FCC is trying to clear up to 126 MHz of spectrum from broadcasters...

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ATBA launches new website to direct consumers to petition the FCC to save local TV. The website is located at http://www.SaveOurTV.com A generic TV Spot advertising the website is available for download here.   Save Local TV National 720 Download 1280 Generic...
The shortage of frequencies necessary for live production that looks to be coming after the spectrum repack has TV engineers very worried, says Louis Libin of Broad Comm, a broadcast spectrum consultancy, and executive director of the Advanced Television...
TVNewsCheck, November 12, 2015 2:17 PM EST The broadcasting industry will generate an additional $20 billion a year, effectively doubling its current annual revenue, if it fully deploys the ATSC 3.0 next-generation broadcast standard, according to the Pearl consortium of...
Low-power television advocate Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia is asking the FCC to re-open the record for public comments related to the broadcast incentive auction. Specifically, the group is challenging the assumptions made about the effects on LPTVs. “The commission has...
LPTV advocate Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia says the FCC needs to provide more information on its assumptions about the impact of the upcoming broadcast incentive auction on LPTVs and translators. Read the Full Story
The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance (“ATBA” hereby replies to initial comments submitted in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released June 16, 2015 (the “Vacant Channel Notice” or “NPRM”). The NPRM proposes to reserve auctionable spectrum and hold...
Consultants are warning public TV licensees not to put too much weight on the opening bids for next year’s spectrum auction, which the FCC is expected to release as soon as this week. John Lawson, former president of the Association...
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