FCC's silence on repacking worries low-power TV stations

05/16/2013 | TVNewsCheck (free registration)

Non-Class A low-power television stations are worried they will be squeezed out of business following the spectrum incentive auction and channel repacking. The Federal Communications Commission "is basically ignoring low-power TV, and therefore, no low-power TV station, right now, knows whether it's going to be able to survive," says Peter Tannenwald, a lawyer representing several low-power TV stations.

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