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TV Stations Lower The Threshold For Bids In FCC’s Broadcast Spectrum Auction

Wireless broadband companies and TV stations are coming together in their views about how much broadcasters’ airwave spectrum is worth. But they still have a way to go before reaching agreement based on the second round of bidding that closed today in the FCC’s important spectrum auction. Stations indicated that they’re willing to accept $54.6 billion for 114 MHz of spectrum, down from $88.
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