CPB Board hears troubling predictions for spectrum auctions and repacking

December 11, 2013

At a meeting at CPB’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., Harry Hawkes of Booz & Co.’s media and technology practice told board members that if the FCC goes ahead with plans to clear 120 MHz of spectrum for use by mobile devices, 110 to 130 pubcasting stations will need to shift due to repacking even if their operators don’t participate in the auction.

Read more at: http://www.current.org/2013/12/cpb-board-hears-troubling-predictions-for-spectrum-auctions-and-repacking/

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