Auction Leaves LPTV 'Burned at the Stake'

August 11, 2015

WASHINGTON—From Congress to courts to Wall Street to rural and low-power TV operators, vehement rhetoric has been flying in the past month about the plan to sell 126 MHz of broadcast spectrum. “LPTV stations are being burned at the stake,” said Peter Tannenwald, a member of the Fletcher, Heald and Hildreth law firm and counsel to several LPTV and Class A stations.

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