NAB: FCC's Phased Approach to Repack Is Reasonable

November 1, 2016

The National Association of Broadcasters says it is OK with the FCC's phased approach to transitioning TV stations to new channels after the incentive auction, calling it a reasonable approach to spreading out the work required and trying to avoid bottlenecks in the supply chain for a daisy chain of station moves.

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