Originally published: December 2, 2009
Last updated: December 2, 2009 - 10:26pm
The National Association of Broadcasters says there is a way to further the "worthy goal" of broadband deployment" without handicapping broadcasters' ability to survive and thrive in the digital age it has just transitioned to. "Broadband deployment to unserved areas is a worthy goal, and broadcasters believe we can help the Federal Communications Commission accomplish its mission without stifling growth opportunities of free and local TV stations and the millions of viewers that we serve," said NAB spokesman Dennis Wharton.
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