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TV broadcasters remain wary of 600 MHz incentive auction

March 26, 2014

Rick Kaplan, executive vice president for strategic planning for the National Association of Broadcasters, said that it's too early to say whether TV broadcasters will widely support the FCC's proposed incentive auctions of 600 MHz broadcast spectrum. Further, Kaplan said that "one thing that concerns me is the trust factor."


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