New York Asks FCC to Hold White Space Vote

Oct 24, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The New York City Council passed a resolution asking the FCC to hold off on its vote on the use of white space frequencies, Broadcasting & Cable reports. The resolution requests the FCC “to open a formal comment period on the Commission’s TV white space test report to enable all stakeholders to thoroughly review the data and comment.” Also, the resolution seeks some exclusive use of broadcast channels for wireless microphones, as many of New York City’s Broadway shows rely on wireless microphone technology, the trade says.
—Sergio Ibarra

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