Spectrum Policy Gets Diverse Treatment at Broadband Conference

NAB’s Ornelas: over-the-air viewership is growing, not shrinking
By John Eggerton — Broadcasting & Cable, 1/26/2012 8:31:40 PM

Representatives of the cable and broadcast industries Thursday made the case for why those technologies would be key players in the wireless broadband space.
Speaking at a spectrum reallocation panel at the Minority Media & Telecommunications council’s Broadband and Social Justice Summit in Washington, NAB’s Chris Ornelas said that broadcasting could help offload wireless capacity that over-the-air broadcasters continued to serve a diverse population that should not be forgotten in the rush for “spectrum, spectrum, spectrum,” and that the over-the-air viewership was growing, not shrinking. (read more)

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