Broadcasters Seek Delay in White Space Vote

Oct 17, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Broadcasters filed an “emergency request” with the Federal Communications Commission in an effort to delay the FCC’s vote on a proposal that would allow laptops and “smart radios” to share the spectrum with digital TV stations in the zones between DTV channels called “white spaces,” Broadcasting & Cable reports. The broadcasters are seeking comment before the FCC holds its vote, scheduled for Nov. 4 in Nashville. Among the organizations filing the request are the National Association of Broadcasters and the Association for Maximum Service Television.
—Christopher Perez

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