R.I. TV stations fight to keep airwaves

FCC COMMISSIONERS listen to testimony at a 2007 hearing on spectrum allocation in Washington, D.C. /
FCC COMMISSIONERS listen to testimony at a 2007 hearing on spectrum allocation in Washington, D.C. /
WASHINGTON – The owners of three Rhode Island television stations have joined broadcasters across the country in urging the Federal Communications Commission not to take airwaves now reserved for television from them for use by wireless-phone companies. The FCC is reviewing how America’s airwaves are assigned as cell phones and handheld devises become more complex…
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