Wall Street Week/Fortune

Roger Kolakowski rogerkola@aol.com
Mon Feb 14 07:10:11 EST 2005

There may be another battle on the Low Power front....of all the TV channel
6 stations in the country who were given a choice of staying on their
temporary UHF Digital channel or their original Analog VHF Channel Six after
the "changeover," ...only five stations in the country chose to keep their
channel 6 allocation.

This frees up 6 MHz of space right under the current FM Broadcast band for
"band expansion," LPFM (or commercial auction?)


> On 13 Feb 2005 at 10:40, Brian Vita wrote:
> > In summary, will satellite replace FM?  Probably not.  I see FM being
> > as where AM was in 1969.  Satellite will become the new FM and FM will
> > end up where AM is now.  Where will AM be?  Data communications.
> Or maybe they could open it up to low-power community stations.
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