Broadcasters participating in the TV spectrum incentive auction are seeking $40.3 billion for the 108 MHz now targeted for clearing.
Broadcasters will set their final collective asking price for 108 MHz of TV spectrum on Thursday, and bidding by wireless providers for that spectrum will start four days later, on Monday, Dec. 5.
The FCC will consider “a Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to enhance the Emergency Alert System as a tool for community emergency preparedness" on Dec. 15.
How about ruling on white-space device geolocation already, the broadcast lobby told regulators recently.
Congress does not want Tom Wheeler making any last minute push that it might not agree with.
Two House GOP lawmakers asked FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to freeze the regulatory process.
Disney researchers say they have come up with mathematic methodologies to key out green-screen remnants and to associate sound with images.
While most of the U.S. population may experience election fatigue, broadcasters may be forgiven for feeling their own version of the phenomenon: national EAS test fatigue.
Sinclair Broadcast Group and its subsidiary, ONE Media, are focusing on ATSC 3.0 receiver design and cross-platform user data collection.
The Federal Communications Commission today set a third-stage clearing target of 108 MHz for the TV incentive spectrum auction.
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