TV stations sell spectrum; NES Classic fading; Tesla’s semi plans

Thursday, 13 April 2017  (2 weeks ago)
TV stations sell spectrum; NES Classic fading; Tesla’s semi plans The spectrum was purchased by telecommunications companies like T-Mobile and Dish Network that are seeking to meet broadband demands. All the Bay Area stations involved — including KOFY, KRON and KQEH — have agreed to channel-sharing agreements that will...

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