NAB Show: DTV Innovations To Showcase Upgraded & Deployed ATSC 3.0 Transmission Solutions

DTV Innovations today announced that it will demonstrate the latest features of its ATSC 3.0 solutions at the NAB Show (April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center) at Booth […]

NAB Applauds Low-Power Protection Act Being Signed Into Law

Following President Joe Biden signing the Low Power Protection Act into law on Jan. 5, the NAB has issued a statement applauding the new law, which provides eligible low-power television stations an opportunity to obtain interference protections.

Sale Of Two California LPTV CPs Has Closed

Mako Communications, a Texas limited liability company, has closed on the sale of the construction permits for K11XS-D Modesto, Calif., and K23PH-D Chico, Calif., to Major Market Broadcasting of California. […]

Sale Of Two Salinas, CA, LPTV CPs To Rubin Broadcasting Has Closed

Mako Communications, a Texas limited liability company has closed on the sale of the construction permits for K10RU-D and K12XN-D both Salinas, Calif., to Rubin Broadcasting. The sale price was […]


TVN Tech | RF Repack Marching Toward Completion

Vendors see the end of a long RF repack process ahead with FCC deadlines being met, sometimes assisted by Special Temporary Authorities and interim transmission facilities. RF vendors are now looking to other revenue opportunities as the repack slows down. (Dielectric photo)


LPTV Industry Association Announces Award Winners

The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance (ATBA) hosted the Fifth Annual Low Power Television and Translator Industry Awards during the  Annual Low Power Television Industry Association Reception and Awards during the […]


WNBJ Jackson Named LPTV Station Of Year

Waypoint Media’s Jackson, Tenn., NBC-CW affiliate is feted by the Advanced Television Broadcast Alliance for its programming, business acumen and local commitment.


DTVCast Aims To Broadcast Broadband

Using leased broadcast spectrum, mostly low-power, the startup envisions partnering with telcos to bring high-speed broadband service to consumers now struggling with no broadband access or low-speed service only. “This is a great use of a spectrum,” says DTVCast founder John Kyle.


LPTV Deserves Opportunity To Be Heard

When the House Communications Subcommittee convenes today to learn more about the FCC’s planned incentive auction, no representative of the low-power television indusry will be heard. That’s wrong. “It is the only group that has nothing to gain and everything to lose, especially if the repack is as aggressive as some would like it to be.”

Agriculture Community Pulling For LPTVs

Eight agriculture and conservation organizations tell the FCC that their members “rely heavily on broadcast television for local public affairs programming, news, weather and emergency information” and are concerned that the commission’s upcoming incentive auction may leave them without access to over-the-air television.

Horizon Invests in LPTV For Testing Network

Horizon Media, the New York-based independent media shop, said today it was launching a new research effort called the “Horizon Proving Ground” in partnership with WNCE-CA, an independent low-power TV station in Saratoga Springs-Glen Falls, N.Y. And additional station partners will follow.


LPTV’s Class A Status On Chopping Block

That the FCC seems to be moving quickly to cull LPTV stations from the Class A herd just a week after Congress cleared the way for a spectrum auction is likely no coincidence.

Low-Power TV’s Take Fight To Washington

The Coalition for Free TV and Broadband and the National Translator Association are teaming up and heading to Washington to meet with members of the House Subcommittee on Communications, Technology and the Internet. Their goal: to make sure Class A TVs, LPTVs and TV translators are not lost in the spectrum auction shuffle.