FCC Seeks Public’s ‘Quiet Period’ Input

Sep 22, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The Federal Communications Commission is figuring out ways to get the public involved and have their voices heard on the cable industry’s “quiet period,” a ban on TV stations pulling their signals from cable systems during the period surrounding the nationwide switch to digital television on Feb. 17. The FCC is required by law to seek the public’s comments regarding the matter, Multichannel News reports.
—Christopher Perez

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