I agree with the assessments completely, but think they need to work on a better broadcast format. It would seem to me that this bandwidth would be more called for in an area where there is a land based network platform for the television broadcasting area of the platform. As smart phones become more and more the norm the wireless broadcast spectrum will be more a neccesity than a want.
Make a free cable package with the same stations you get OTA and then talk about removing antenna driven frequencies...
"Make a free cable package with the same stations you get OTA and then talk about removing antenna driven frequencies..."
I would really like to see the FCC make it mandatory to provide free OTA TV cable if they must TAKE the OTA free bandwidth for mobile. but seriously do not think the FCC has the teeth for big business like Comcast and of course AT&T.Or at the very least compromise that the individual service be mandatory to choose from rather than tha so called bundle available in some area limited due to lack of updating there infrastructure at there exspense ..they will always be sure to get the $$ from us in the end no matter what 'compromise' the FCC works out.
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On one hand, this'll sure do wonders for mobile broadband. On the other hand, what the hell?
OTA television is one of the most important things belonging to television. It allows anybody with a TV station to serve a local community and customize programming to that specific community, just like radio stations.
I get that it's only some but I feel like it's one step closer to the death of OTA television. Soon we'll be forced to subscribe to cable providers or Hulu to get the TV programming we want.
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