Broadcasters sweat spectrum auction costs ahead of Thursday hearing

March 25, 2015

TV stations could be stuck with a big moving bill when the FCC rearranges the TV dial following the broadcast incentive auction of wireless spectrum planned for first quarter 2016.

Congress set aside $1.75 billion in the law to help stations pay for the cost of moving from one frequency to another.

Read more at: http://katyonthehill.com/broadcasters-sweat-spectrum-auction-costs-ahead-of-thursday-hearing/


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