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FCC Sets Forth Rules for Incentive Auction

June 4, 2014

On June 2 the FCC issued its long-awaited Report and Order addressing the congressionally-mandated incentive auction and repacking of television broadcast spectrum. However, the massive 482-page document contains relatively little new information.


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