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CEA: Discouraged at Broadcaster Auction Suit

August 19, 2014

The consumer Electronics Association is none too pleased with the National Association of Broadcasters' decision to sue the FCC over how the commission proposes to measure interference and station coverage areas for the broadcast incentive auction.

 



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