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Musicians Urge FCC to Delay White Space Vote

Oct 28, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Following singer-actress Dolly Parton’s lead, recording artists including Michael Bolton, Clay Aiken and Don Henley are urging the Federal Communications Commission to delay their white space vote and to put their report on the issue out for public comment, Broadcasting & Cable reports. The letter, which also was signed by Bonnie Raitt, the Dixie Chicks and “American Idol” finalist David Archuleta, the musicians say the vote scheduled for Nov. 4 would “dramatically impair” their ability to deliver a quality concert performance, citing their reliance on wireless microphones when performing.
—Christopher Perez

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