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FCC's Wheeler: We Can't Give Broadcasters Blanket Info On Spectrum Value

March 27, 2014

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says that the FCC will start meeting with broadcasters in individual markets to give them a sense of what their spectrum will be worth at auction, but that it cannot provide that info on a blanket basis.

 


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