November 20, 2013
The FCC has an NPRM on the table which would remove the 50% discount afforded UHF television stations when calculating group compliance with national audience caps, and now is your chance to weigh in on the matter.
The UHF cap made sense back when VHF was king and populated by major network affiliates, while the UHF class was largely playing catch-up with indies and noncommercial stations.
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