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NAB and White Space Device Makers Agree on Geolocation

WASHINGTON—Broadcasters and makers of TV white-space devices have come to the table to solve a potential interference problem...

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Noncom TV Auction Proceeds Likely Tax-Free

It looks like tax-exempt noncommercial TV stations likely won't have to pay taxes on their incentive auction payouts.

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NAB Offers Duplex Gap Compromise

The National Association of Broadcasters has offered up a compromise proposal on repacking TV stations in the duplex gap...

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RTDNA Releases Annual Women & Minorities Survey

WASHINGTON – The Radio Television Digital News Association has released its annual survey of the position of women and minorities in the industry...

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Content Rights Continue to Be Biggest Obstacle to Broadband TV Momentum

Broadband and video service providers alike are increasingly looking to streaming content services as a viable video service option.

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RTDNA: TV Salaries Inched Up, Radio Pay Fell

WASHINGTON – Television newsroom salaries made gains in the past year, while radio newsroom salaries slipped...

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'Duplex Gap' Could Be Affected by Spectrum Auction Participation

Slightly fewer TV markets would be affected by "duplex gap" impairments using an "alternative approach" for the broadcast spectrum incentive auction...

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Diverse Coalition Pans TV's In Guard Bands

A broad and diverse coalition of groups has asked the FCC not to repack broadcasters in the guard bands...

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Kagan: Retrans Fees To Reach $10.3B By 2021

SNL Kagan predicts that MVPD retransmission consent payments to TV stations will reach $10.3 billion by 2021, up from a projected $6.3 billion in 2015.

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EOBC: FCC Could Cut TV's Auction Opening Prices By Billions

The Expanding Opportunities for Broadcasters Coalition says that the FCC's opening prices for TV stations in the incentive auction could plummet...

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