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F.C.C. Delays Auction of Airwaves Until 2015

December 9, 2013

The Federal Communications Commission has delayed its auction of broadcast airwaves to mid-2015, a year later than intended. The commission is now drafting rules for the auction, which would reshuffle the ownership of valuable frequencies among TV stations, as well as wireless carriers, which want to be able to offer faster speeds and better services for their devices.


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