The FCC this week released a Public Notice announcing that it was making available information about all bidders in the TV incentive auction – including information about TV stations who had bid to surrender their licenses in the auction and were unsuccessful in those bids. The FCC had promised to keep that information confidential for two years after the conclusion of the auction. Proving how time really does fly, that two year period has now run its course since the FCC released its Incentive Auction closing notice. So if you are interested in the stations willing to surrender their licenses who were not selected in the auction, that information is available on the Auctions section of the FCC website, here.
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