FCC exploring what to do with school TV spectrum

04/15/2003 | eSchool News (free registration)

The Federal Communications Commission may allow schools to auction unused portions of their television spectrums to private companies. Schools have the airspace for in-school broadcasts and could use the money to compensate for budget shortfalls, a move critics say is shortsighted.

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