“The FCC has closed a first-of-its-kind auction of broadcast airwaves that will see a shakeup in channel lineups in many markets, as stations are reaping a total of $10.05 billion to give up their spectrum.” - repackready.com
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Get Familiar With Spectrum Allocation:
In the United States, spectrum reallocation mostly refers to the giving up part of the broadcast spectrum to make more room for wireless broadband, trunking or point to point microwave services. - Wikipedia.com
What The Repack Is:
...a multiyear process that will involve moving TV channels and other services to different frequencies that use the airwaves most efficiently. - deadline.com
Who’s Driving It And How Much Do They Stand To Gain:
The Federal Communications Commission conducted an historic $19.8 billion Incentive Auction to give broadcasters an opportunity for telecom businesses to purchase their wireless spectrum. - repackready.com
Where The Money Will Go:
Most of the payment in excess of what broadcasters require will go to the U.S. Treasury, with part of the proceeds covering administrative costs. - deadline.com
What Companies Are getting:
...companies eager to boost their wireless broadband offerings...for 70 MHz of spectrum.
Where the National Association Of Tower Erectors (NATE) Fits In:
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