The Future of LPTV/TV Translator Service Taking Shape?

October 14, 2014

Of all television operators, LPTV and TV translator licensees have faced the greatest uncertainties as the anticipated repacking of the TV band has begun to loom. That’s because the FCC’s repacking plans thus far have disregarded LPTVs and translators. As a result, LPTV/translator licensees don’t whether their stations will continue to exist post-repack:


Read more at: http://www.commlawblog.com/2014/10/articles/broadcast/the-future-of-lptvtv-translator-service-taking-shape/


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