Posted on April 3, 2017 in ATSC News
I want to leave as much flexibility as possible (in the FCC’s ATSC 3.0 rules) for the industry to innovate and change in the future to meet consumer demands. Ultimately, I’d like it to be next to nothing – just as it is with regards to how we handle the latest wireless standard.
-Michael O’Rielly, FCC Commissioner
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