October 29, 2013
The National Association of Broadcasters reiterated to the FCC Monday that it needs all the ENG spectrum it currently has.
Wireless companies have recommended that the FCC take back the top two channels of Broadcast Auxiliary service spectrum as part of an effort to clear up 15 MHz of spectrum per congressional directive.
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