FCC proposes budget that includes broadband plan and spectrum auction authority

The FCC's proposed $325.5 million budget for fiscal year 2011 includes amounts to assist the agency in putting in place a National Broadband Plan along with a proposal to indefinitely extend the authority of the commission to auction spectrum licenses. The FCC explains that an increase in its auction authority will allow it to make more spectrum available for auction during the next decade. Article

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