October 28, 2013
An octet of congressfolk led by House Communications Subcommittee ranking member Anna Eshoo (D- Calif.) have asked FCC acting chairwoman Mignon Clyburn how she plans to protect viewers in border areas if the FCC does not conclude spectrum negotiations with Canada and Mexico before it starts repacking stations after incentive auctions.
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