Could TV Stations Lose Their Spectrum?

Hearn, Ted
June 2001
Multichannel News;6/18/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 25, p56
Focuses on the possibility of imposing a spectrum seizure policy on television stations by the United States government. Impact of the increasing penetration of cable and direct-broadcast satellites on local television stations; Commitment of John Aschroft, US attorney general in delivering free television; Logic behind the spectrum seizure policy.


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