Broadcasters Challenge FCC Auction Pricing

April 1, 2015

Just how much broadcasters will earn from selling their spectrum in the FCC incentive auction next year will depend largely on the rules the agency adopts for it.

Recognizing that fact, the National Association of Broadcasters and other broadcasters have been active in the FCC rule-writing proceeding, arguing for changes that could add billions of dollars to the bottom lines of broadcasters that opt to sell.

Read more at: http://www.tvnewscheck.com/article/84185/broadcasters-challenge-fcc-auction-pricing


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