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FCC offering Alaska Native Villages opportunity to provide service over their rural areas

>>> www.webcenter11.com/tvtv/content/news/566581271.html
>>> By Ramzi Abou Ghalioum | 
Posted: Mon 4:26 PM, Dec 30, 2019  | 
Updated: Mon 6:29 PM, Dec 30, 2019
 

>>> FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) Beginning on February 3, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is offering a six month window for Alaska Native Villages and federally recognized Tribes to apply for direct access to unassigned radio spectra in the 2.5GHz band.

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is offering a six month window for Alaska Native Villages and federally recognized Tribes to apply for direct access to unassigned radio spectra in the 2.5GHz band. (FCC)

>>> This window, called the Rural Tribal Window or Rural Tribal Priority Window, allows eligible federally recognized Tribes or Alaska Native Villages in rural areas to apply.

>>> The FCC defines rural as an area which does not include an urbanized area with a population of more than 50,000 people.

>>> Three channels will be made available on the 2.5GHz band. Eligible groups may apply for any and all available channels in their area. Successful applicants will receive a license from the FCC to use their allotted spectrum.

>>> The FCC customarily dispenses licenses to applicants via auction. Since radio space is scarce, applicants bid on pieces of available spectrum. According to an FCC document, “spectrum auctions allow market forces to determine the highest and best use of scarce spectrum and the highest value user.”

>>> This is not necessarily the case when it comes to the Rural Tribal Window. Eligible groups utilizing the window will receive their licenses free of charge. However, if two eligible entities apply for the same spectrum in the same area, they will be forced to bid against each other for the spectrum.

>>> Successful applicants who receive a license must also meet certain conditions. They must supply at least half (50%) of their population with coverage within two years, and 80% of their population within five years. Failing to meet the two year deadline, they will be required to meet their 80% deadline within four years instead of five.

>>> Licensees who do not meet their final deadline will automatically have their license revoked and their spectrum will go to auction.

>>> Portions of the 2.5GHz band have previously been in use for Educational Broadband Service. Because of this, specific sections within an applicant’s channel might not be available if currently licensed by another party. However, if the current licensee of a spectrum relinquishes their license by expiry or some other means, licensees owning the channel within which the expired band was located will automatically be inherited by the channel licensee.

The talk of relinquishment and inheritance is the talk of federal government contracts to commit murder-for-hire.

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More of the same. Some of these sites comprise "backstage" news not necessarily intended for wide public dissemination.

>>> AT&T & Hearst Agree to Bring Locals Back to DIRECTV & AT&T TV NOW

>>> by Luke Bouma on January 5, 2020 at 11:11 am CDT in All News, AT&T, DIRECTV NOW, WarnerMedia, News

>>> Good news if you have DIRECTV, or AT&T TV NOW the locals you lost on Friday are returning including your local ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. Cord Cutters News has learned that Hearst and AT&T have agreed to a new deal to return Hearst owned locals to AT&T’s DIRECTV and AT&T TV NOW.

>>> Here is a joint statement Hearst and AT&T sent Cord Cutters News:

>>> All Hearst-owned stations are returning to any impacted AT&T homes today. The agreement grants AT&T permission to provide Hearst’s 34 local broadcast stations to customers in 26 markets ...

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Mayor Bloomberg Joins the Hearst Corporation in Groundbreaking for New Tower to Rise Above Landmarked Base

PUBLISHED ON 04.30.2003

>>> NEW YORK, April 30, 2003 -Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today joined The Hearst Corporation President and CEO Victor F. Ganzi for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the company's landmark headquarters, 959 Eighth Ave. at 57th St. The 42-story glass and steel expansion, designed by architect Lord Norman Foster, will be one of most architecturally advanced and environmentally-friendly buildings ever constructed in New York City.

Michael Bloomberg owns too much mainstream media, and he's too Iran-friendly and U.S.-hostile.

He's always crying anti-Semitism just like New York's present mayor Bill de Blasio, but he's a traitor to the very same Jews he claims to defend.

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