Last updated: January 11, 2013 - 8:47am
[Commentary] As the Federal Communications Commission moves ahead with plans for its spectrum auction, many details of what happens after it’s completed remain to be sorted out, none more important than how to coordinate new frequencies for stations along the Canadian and Mexican borders. With comments due later this month and replies due in March, TV broadcasters, their viewers, communities and others need to provide the FCC with opinions, information and proposed solutions to potential problems.
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