Broadcasters anxious over FCC spectrum plans

Broadcasters are growing increasingly anxious over the prospect that the FCC may re-allocate broadcast spectrum for use by wireless carriers as part of its national broadband plan. Meanwhile, the FCC official in charge of the broadband plan, Blair Levin, did not seem to back away from the idea, and again stressed the need for more spectrum. Article

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