Pubcasters Challenge Broadcast Incentive Auction
September 15, 2014
Public broadcasters have asked the FCC to change its proposed rules for the broadcast incentive auction to insure that at least one noncommercial station remains in each market, or at least a noncom-reserved channel is left open.
That came in a petition for reconsideration filed by the Association for Public Television Stations, which represents those local outlets, along with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Public Broadcasting Service.
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