FCC's top cop finds no problems with public-safety block auction

04/29/2008 | Broadcasting & Cable

There was no wrongdoing in the handling of the broadcast-spectrum auction that led to there being just one bidder to develop a public-private network for emergency communications, the FCC's inspector general has found. The investigation was prompted by groups including Media Access Project that wanted to make sure the Public Safety Spectrum Trust, which would supervise the network, and its consultant, Cyren Call, had acted properly in their dealings with potential bidders in the run-up to the auction.

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