November 1, 2013
Monday is the last day to file comments on how a $1.75 billion fund to relocate broadcasters will be administered. The Federal Communications Commission extended the filing period to accommodate the closure of the federal government in October. The commission issued a Public Notice Sept. 23 proposing rules and methodologies for governing and administering the fund. They were written mindful of there being no way to know how far the money will have to be stretched.
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