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Broadcasters ask FCC to extend repacking deadline, cite tower crew shortage

The National Association of Broadcasters is asking the Federal Communications Commission to extend its 39-month spectrum repacking deadline for up to 1,200 TV stations after next year’s TV spectrum incentive auction citing insufficient tower crews to complete the job in the given time frame. “Commission...

Broadcasters, regulators comment on white space

FCC wants to reserve UHF channels for unlicensed use, NAB cries foul WASHINGTON – The FCC has proposed that, after the next incentive auction, one UHF channel in each market be set aside for unlicensed white space devices like wireless microphones. The move signals an acknowledgement...

FCC scores appeals court win in 600 MHz incentive auction battle with NAB

Appeals court ruling paves way for 600 MHz incentive auction to proceed The Federal Communications Commission scored a significant victory in its attempt to conduct its controversial 600 MHz incentive auction, with an appeals court striking down a challenge by the National Association of Broadcasters. In...

Cell Tower News: NATE joins FCC safety workshop

NATE joins FCC safety workshop Two months ago the FCC announced that it would host a tower climber safety and injury prevention workshop in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 14. An industry event this huge seems like something the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) would...

Policy: NAB claims FCC changed rules in crafting 600 MHz spectrum auction plans

NAB files petition against FCC The Federal Communications Commission’s plans to auction off spectrum in the 600 MHz spectrum band that is currently held by television broadcasters received a blow as a trade organization representing those interests has filed a motion challenging the FCC’s plans. In...

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