Low Powers Not High on New Auction Bill

January 6, 2016

Low-power TV stations were not feeling the love, to put it mildly, from a just-circulated draft of a bill from House Energy & Commerce Committee ranking member Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) that could provide TV stations with up to a billion dollars more money to help them transition to new channels after the incentive auction.


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