Opening Bids for the 2016 Reverse Auction have been announced by the FCC today."Broadcasters who opt to switch from UHF to a low VHF channel would receive between 20% and 33% less than a broadcaster that relinquishes its spectrum altogether, and broadcasters who switch from a U to a high V would receive 50%-67% less, an FCC official said."
article [Link: tvnewscheck.com]FCC PDF [Link: wireless.fcc.gov]
Buffalo stations (ranked 52 DMA) can receive a maximum amount of $210 million for their channel frequency (median $170 million).
I can see PBS stations sharing channels across the U.S., and WNLO sharing with WIVB. Which transmitter tower would they use: Grand Island or Colden?
Last edited by OBICO on February 6, 2015 18:02.