4 Issues To Watch In The FCC's Incentive Auction

By Jenna Ebersole (March 28, 2016, 4:12 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission is likely celebrating the end of training for the broadcast incentive auction, but Tuesday's kickoff will have the agency — and major players — careening into the uncertainty of whether the first-of-its-kind auction will succeed.

With the FCC and auction participants hoping plans become fruitful realities in the coming weeks and months, attorneys watching and involved in the process say they are keeping an eye on several key issues and looking for early indicators of the level of interest in the auction and just how big it could be.

The incentive auction involves TV broadcasters voluntarily relinquishing...

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