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With spectrum legislation signed into law, what’s next?
We are pleased that Congress heard the voices of TV viewers when they passed legislation authorizing voluntary incentive auctions of broadcast spectrum last month.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of viewers like you, the law includes protections to help prevent viewers from losing access to free broadcast TV and all of the news, emergency information, sports and entertainment you expect and deserve.
We now move into the implementation phase in the months and years to come. It is important that Congress maintains close oversight so that the viewer and broadcaster protections included in the bill are implemented as intended.
As we look to the next phase of the process, our mission is to work with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to ensure that viewers’ access to free, local broadcast programming is not jeopardized. We hope you’ll continue to stand with us to protect the rights of all viewers to continue receiving the local TV stations that you rely on each day.
We will keep you up to date with developments related to the implementation of spectrum legislation and new broadcast innovations on The Future of TV website and blog. You can also get updates via your favorite social network when you connect with us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
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