On March 16, the Federal Communications Commission delivered a National Broadband Plan (NBP or Plan) to Congress, as required under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The NBP, which is nearly 400 pages long, outlines a sweeping set of policy recommendations aimed at increasing the percentage of U.S. households with high-speed Internet connections and significantly boosting the connection speeds of homes that already have high-speed service. Chapter 5 of the Plan is directed specifically at television broadcasters. In brief, the Plan recommends that 120 MHz of the spectrum currently allotted to broadcast television be re-allocated to wireless broadband services by 2015 through the following means: (1) repacking of television broadcasters onto a smaller portion of spectrum; (2) voluntary relinquishment of spectrum and/or sharing of single 6 MHz channels; and (3) other related proposals. The NBP also includes several recommendations relating to set-top boxes.