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Suggests Broadband Plan's longer-range 500 MHz target may need to be upped FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said Thursday that the FCC will exceed its 300 MHz target for freeing up spectrum for broadband, a target the commission set in the...
The FCC released its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) (FCC 12-118) regarding “Expanding the Economic and Innovation Opportunities of Spectrum Through Incentive Auctions.” As this is only an NPRM, it doesn't provide the final rules, but does offer some...

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FCC LAUNCHES FIRST-IN-THE-WORLD INCENTIVE AUCTION TO REPURPOSE BROADCAST TELEVISION SPECTRUM FOR MOBILE BROADBAND; AUCTION SET TO UNLEASH WAVE OF ECONOMIC & INNOVATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR U.S. Market-based policy innovation will help alleviate growing ‘spectrum crunch’ while providing unique financial opportunities and other benefits to broadcasters;...
by Franklin McMahon in Broadcast Engineering Blog Ten years ago, all this made more sense. The balance of power, and the balance of content, was shifted firmly with the traditional TV broadcast stations. They were the ones producing the big...
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 remarks of House Communications...
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 potentially limits -- it triggers additional scrutiny -- the amount of mobile wireless...
Proposal would allow selling signal protection rights WASHINGTON: The FCC today unanimously approved a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for auctioning off TV spectrum. The NPRM sets forth a three-part process for the auctions: An initial reverse auction by which TV...
The FCC is meeting today, September 28 at 10:30 am Eastern/9:30 am Central, to consider a NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking) to implement an incentive auction of broadcast television spectrum.How many of you will be watching or attending? How...
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 Christian communicators, voiced support for a comprehensive spectrum inventory.
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 they note that low-power stations are particularly important.
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