DTV plan will help first responders, provide adequate funds for consumers

Barton, Joe
June 2007
Hill;6/13/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 70, p27
The article reports on the deadline that the Digital Television Transition and Public Safety in U.S. has given the broadcasters to finish their DTV transition and turn over 24MHz of broadcast spectrum for public safety. The due date of transition is set on midnight of February 17, 2009. The DTV plan will help first responders, promote wireless broadband services and ensure that coupon will be available to consumers.


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