Washington, D.C. -- In response to President Joe Biden signing into law the Low Power Protection Act, which provides eligible low power television stations a long-overdue opportunity to obtain interference protections, the following can be attributed to NAB CEO Curtis LeGeyt:
"NAB commends President Biden for signing into law the Low Power Protection Act. This important, bipartisan legislation will allow these local broadcasters to better serve their millions of viewers by hiring more journalists, investing in new equipment and transitioning to the ATSC 3.0 standard. America’s local broadcasters thank former Senator Blunt (MO), Senator Wyden (OR) and the bill’s congressional cosponsors for their support of this legislation.”
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