Spectrum Speculations

Friday, June 04, 2004

The digital evolution will be televised. Whether or not you can see it depends on whether you are still watching an analog tube. Seven years ago, Congress created a plan for the government to take back the analog spectrum, making television a strictly digital affair. Now, the FCC has proposed speeding up that process, and broadcasters are none too happy. Former FCC chief economist Tom Hazlett joins Bob to discuss the winners and the losers of the high-def changeover.

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