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Broadcasters Hdtv Communications Law Intellectual Property
Must TV broadcasters use HDTV?
No. TV station operators will, for a time, be able to broadcast HDTV or use the digital technology to “multicast”. That means they can broadcast more than one standard definition television signal (e.g. normal NBC programming plus CNBC and MSNBC). The FCC and the broadcasters are still determining how this additional capacity will be used, but at least some digital television will soon be available in major markets. Additionally, the Gore Commission is currently determining whether broadcasters will have to provide additional public interest benefits, and what they may be, in exchange for receiving the digital spectrum free-of-charge.
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