Will LPTV survive after spectrum auctions?


    The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance says LPTV and translator operators must be protected.

    Is there a future for LPTV? It’s a question even being asked by low-power broadcasters themselves. Now, the FCC is on record as saying even it isn’t sure yet.

    LPTV stations are operated by a diverse array of groups and organizations, including high schools and colleges, churches and religious groups, local governments, large and small businesses, and individual citizens. Some believe it’s a service that is vital to underserved populations and ethnic groups in the U.S. [Read More…]

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