If you work in either radio or TV and are about to embark on a “repack” project (as I am) then what you are about to read may not seem very amusing at all.
The first filing deadline of Transition Progress Reports for full power and Class A stations that will be changing channels during the post-incentive auction transition is Oct. 10
The final take was $19.8 billion. Specifically, the commission added another $136 million in the frequency-assignment phase of the auction.
The TV spectrum incentive action is going into lightning rounds as the prices inch up in a handful of smaller markets where demand continues to exceed supply
The Federal Communications Commission today waived the quiet period that enjoined broadcasters from talking shop during the TV spectrum incentive auction.
On January 18, two days before he left office, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a statement lauding the completion of the incentive auction.
Demand continued to exceed supply in cities such as Corpus Christi, Texas; Evansville, Ind.; Hannibal, Mo.; South Bend, Ind.; Valentine, Neb.; and Red Oak, Iowa, to name a few.
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