FCC coverage model would hurt public TV, groups say

04/9/2013 | Multichannel News

Noncommercial broadcasters have joined NAB in objecting to the Federal Communications Commission's proposal to amend coverage areas and interference zones after the incentive auction, saying the changes "would make it difficult for public television stations to serve their mission of providing all Americans with important free, noncommercial television services," according to joint comments from PBS, CPB and the Association of Public Television Stations.

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