Spectrum crunch: Will broadcasters free up airwaves for mobile TV?


    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 shows, had the most viewers and certainly (maybe) had a right to the majority of the broadcast airwave spectrum. But times have changed, and the big question is: Are the networks ready to change? Can they loosen the grip they’ve enjoyed for so long? [READ MORE]

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