Court Won't Expedite LPTV Auction Repack Challenge

A federal appeals court has denied an expedited hearing of its challenge to the FCC's incentive auction repack plan.

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DOJ Blesses FCC Set-Top 'Inquiry'

The head of the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division said he was all for FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's "inquiry"...

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FCC chair moves toward looser rules for set-top boxes

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday moved toward setting new rules that agency officials say will...

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Christian TV Helps ISIS Survivors

Last spring, a 10-year-old Christian girl famously forgave ISIS for driving her family from their home in Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city.

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Exclusive: TV Stations Eye Selling Spectrum Twice

Broadcasters who decide to put spectrum in the upcoming incentive auction could have the opportunity to sell it twice.

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FCC Auction Promises Bonanza for Small TV Broadcasters

LIMA, Ohio—Workers accidentally struck oil here in 1885, putting this tiny city on the map as the world’s biggest oil field...

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Low Powers Not High on New Auction Bill

Low-power TV stations were not feeling the love, to put it mildly, from a just-circulated draft of a bill from House Energy & Commerce Committee...

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Court Won't Force FCC Action on Class A LPTV Decision

A federal court has denied a request by Class A low-power TV station owners to force the FCC to rule on their request...

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NAB: FCC Wants TV Spectrum for 'Google Channels'

The National Association of Broadcasters told the FCC this week that its effort to reserve "vacant" channels after the incentive auction for unlicensed use is a dramatic policy shift...

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LPTVs and Translators Can Channel-Share

WASHINGTON—The Federal Communications Commission today outlined provisions to accommodate low-power television and translator licencees...

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