Displaced LPTV Leftover Window Planned
May 16, 2017
Low-power TV stations and translator licensees displaced in the incentive auction will be able apply for leftover channels early next year, according to the timeframe described in a May 12 Public Notice from the Federal Communications Commission. LPTVs and translators were not allowed to participate in the auction and have to wait until full-power and Class A stations have settled on new channels before choosing from the leftovers.
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