LPTV Stations Ask FCC To Delay Spectrum Auction

March 2, 2016

A group of low-power TV stations denied participation in the upcoming broadcast-spectrum incentive auction has asked the Federal Communications Commission to stay the March 29 start of the incentive auction.

That is according to a document filed at the FCC. In the Feb. 29 filing, Videohouse, Fifth Street Enterprises and WMTM, representing Class A TV's all denied either participation in the auction or protection in the post-auction repack, filed an emergency motion to stay the auction.

Read more at: http://www.multichannel.com/news/fcc/lptv-stations-ask-fcc-delay-spectrum-auction/402947

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