Broadcast Standard Concerns 'Unfounded,' NAB Says

Law360, Washington (August 5, 2016, 2:48 PM EDT) -- The National Association of Broadcasters pushed back Thursday against concerns about a proposed broadcast television standard's effect on wireless communication interests, telling the Federal Communications Commission the new means of signal transmission will not interfere with spectrum licenses purchased in the incentive auction.

In an ex parte filing, the NAB outlined an Aug. 2 meeting with FCC staffers that also saw participation by representatives of America’s Public Television Stations and the Consumer Technology Association. A main topic of discussion was what the NAB called the “unfounded”...
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