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The ATBA LPTV Hospitality Suite will be open Tuesday and Wednesday, April 19-20, 2016 from 10am to 6pm each day at the Westgate (LVH) Suite 2812. Take the Central elevators up to the 28th floor, turn right. Enjoy a...
Here is the schedule for Monday, April 18, 2016. (Schedule is subject to change) ATBA LPTV Day at NAB: Can LPTV Survive the FCC? 8:30 am Westgate Ballroom D-E opens for the day. Visit with our major sponsors that will have displays...
The 2015 Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce “Business of the Year" honoree, Gregory Uhrin, Manager and COO of Cross Hill Communications, LLC, operates two low-power TV stations in America’s upper East Coast. WYCX and WYCU covers community events,...
Our own Louis Libin, executive director of the ATBA, is one of the hosts of the “Validation and Verification” compatibility testing of the ATSC 3.0 digital TV standard they are calling PlugFest 2016.  The testing is taking place in...
March 22, 2016 — The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance (ATBA) applauds the state of Utah on their commitment to provide free television access to the citizens of Utah. Last week, Utah Governor Gary Herbert sent to Washington a signed resolution...
Latina Broadcasters—the licensee of low power television (LPTV) station WDYB in Daytona Beach, Florida—celebrated a legal victory yesterday, as the D.C.  Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the FCC to allow Latina to participate provisionally in the March 29 incentive...
On March 16, 2016, Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia LLC (“FAB”) filed a reply brief with the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit regarding its motion to stay the spectrum incentive auction pending judicial review. The...
Arguing that low power television (LPTV) licensee Latina Broadcasters “has no entitlement, equitable or otherwise, to participate” in the incentive auction and that the FCC’s February 12 order declaring Latina ineligible to participate in the auction constitutes a reasonable...
With the FCC having just denied their spectrum auction stay request, a trio of LPTV owners not eligible for the upcoming auction have joined the parade marching to federal court asking it to delay the March 29 launch of...
Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia (FAB) and other parties today petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit to stay the FCC’s incentive spectrum auction pending judicial review. The action comes after being denied a similar request...
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