Senators stress importance of international coordination on broadcast spectrum

By Dru Sefton

In a letter dated Sept. 20, a bipartisan group of senators tells the FCC that it is “essential” that the U.S. coordinate closely with Mexico and Canada over the quickly approaching broadcast spectrum auctions, reports Broadcasting & Cable.

Signatories include members of the Commerce Committee and the chair of the Judiciary Committee, who insist that international issues be “addressed expeditiously.”

Read a copy of the letter here.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT