FCC's Spectrum Price List Has Many Licensees Doing The Math
November 4, 2014
Broadcasters are looking at their balance sheets, now that the FCC has issued its “price list” for the “maximum” and “median” values to be paid for stations that relinquish their licenses in the incentive spectrum auction now scheduled to begin in 2016. In many cases, the proposed sums are substantially higher than expected, especially if signals pose interference problems to nearby larger markets.
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