FCC 'behind the curve' in attracting broadcasters to auction, says industry rep

January 15, 2013

If the Federal Communications Commission does not attract enough broadcasters to a reverse auction to sell their broadcast spectrum, the agency will have no spectrum to repack and ultimately no wireless spectrum to auction to carriers.

Read more at: http://www.fiercemobilegovernment.com/story/fcc-behind-curve-attracting-broadcasters-auction-says-industry-rep/2014-01-15

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