Gotham Post-Spectrum Auction CSA Trades Hands

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OTA Broadcasting was a big winner in Auction 1000, the FCC’s incentive auction that relinquished broadcast TV spectrum to wireless companies. It pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars, including $72,817,599 for saying farewell to a Class A TV station serving the New York Tri-State Area.


Now, the channel-sharing agreement for the disappearing over-the-air station is bringing this “zombie” to one of the nation’s best-known PBS member stations.

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