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Padden: FCC Does Not Have Enough Auction Volunteers

December 5, 2013

The FCC has not attracted "anything approaching" the number of TV station spectrum volunteers it will need for a successful incentive auction. That is according to a veteran broadcast executive representing a coalition of 70-plus stations who are at least willing to kick the tires on the FCC offer if the price is right.


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