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Even FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein acknowledged, on National Public Radio's On the Media, that if the FCC "oversteps in these cases and the court knocks us down .
The commercial wireless companies, through a lot of legal and lobbying muscle, persuaded many at the FCC to reduce the size of the ITFS band and reallocate the reclaimed spectrum through auctions for new services.
CEA counters with a decent argument: That the FCC, rather than forcing broadcasters to create compelling digital content, is trying to expand the market by forcing consumers to buy DTV sets.
It is likely that an FCC licensee that violates the FCC's RFR radiation exposure protection guidelines could expect to receive a severe monetary penalty, be subject to reporting requirements, and possibly face license revocation (if the violation was concealed from the FCC).
However, Hundt said the charge that the FCC is effectively raising local phone rates is ``a lot of hooey.
At the time the FCC was sticking a regulatory shiv in DuMont's back, television was taking off like one of Captain Video's runaway rockets.
The FCC might also raise the line charges on those used by small businesses or in vacation homes.
The FCC imposed a license application fee, hoping that would squeeze out the riffraff.
Some with software, some with big screens, some suitable for your wristwatch,'' said FCC Chairman Reed Hundt, referring to the standards' flexibility.