Sides Are Split on Those 998 Objections

May 22, 2018

Industry reactions are swift and decisive over LPFM advocacy groups’ claim that FCC allowed spectrum grab.

What does the recent low-power FM filing — the one that objected to nearly 1,000 applications by full-power stations seeing extend their coverage with repeater stations — mean for low-power stations and those whose application has been flagged as objectionable?

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