Ferree: DTV Plan Is Ready for FCC Vote

Hearn, Ted
January 2005
Multichannel News;1/17/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p12
Reports on the completion of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission plan to complete transition to digital-only transmission of broadcast television by 2009 according to Kenneth Ferree, chief of the Media Bureau. Reason behind the opposition of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) on the plan; Comparison between the digital technology and analog transmission; Claims of NAB on the multicasting carriage mandate.


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