FCC Announces Freeze on LPTV Displacements and New Digital Replacement Translator Applications
June 13, 2014
Surprise, surprise, the FCC has instituted yet another application filing freeze! The FCC effectively said "enough is enough" and stopped accepting applications for LPTV channel displacements and new digital replacement translators.
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