Today’s San Francisco Chronicle features an interesting story about the tension between LPTV broadcasters and TV translator operators verus an FCC push to clear some TV channels for a new national WiFi-type of service. On one side are the NAB, LPTV braocasters, and TV translators. On the other side are an odd alliance of Microsoft and Google. I have a couple of quotes in the article that was written by Dominic Fracassa. Mr. Fracassa is the Chronicle’s business reporter covering technology matters.
Here’s the story link: