Freedom Tower Broadcast Plans Nixed

Apr 8, 2009  •  Post A Comment

A plan to broadcast 11 stations from the top of New York’s Freedom Tower has been nixed after a consortium of local television stations told the Port Authority last month it wouldn’t go through with the deal, the New York Observer reports. The Port Authority is now mulling whether to build a less expensive antenna than the planned $20 million version, the newspaper says. The consortium, the Metropolitan Television Alliance, decided against the plan after some stations objected to the cost, the publication says.
—Aimee Picchi

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