FCC Chief Vague on Whether Broadcasters Would be Forced to Give Up Spectrum

Mar 26, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, at a House Communications & Internet Subcommittee hearing on the FCC’s broadband plan, was vague when asked whether broadcasters would be forced to give up spectrum if voluntary measures didn’t work, B&C reports.

Genachowski was being questioned by former House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Re. John Dingell. The FCC chairman did say he couldn’t commit to a voluntary-only plan, although that is what the commission is focused on.

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  1. You KNEW these s$*#heels wouldn’t give it up, even though it isn’t theirs to keep! I SO WISH google had stayed in there to bid. Again, OUR gov’mt dumps on it’s voters. I say, vote out ALL imcumbants, at least we can send some kind of message. Look whats happening w/the health care debacle. Man, I’m so tired of the gov’mt, and I’m a combat vet.

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