Home Owner Programs
A total of $44 million is available for reimbursements to eligible low-power television stations.Eligible stations may apply for a reimbursement for up to $6,000 for the digital modification of an existing analog low-power television facility or up to $20,000 for the replacement of analog equipment with
eligible digital equipment of an existing analog low-power television facility.
Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Low-Power Television and Translator Upgrade ProgramAdditional Information of Eligibility:
An eligible station is a low-power television broadcast station, Class A television station, television translator station, or television booster station (1) that is itself broadcasting exclusively in analog format; and (2) that has not converted from analog to digital operations prior to February 8, 2006.
In order to qualify for the Upgrade Program, an eligible station must provide service to a rural community that is eligible under the Act.Full Opportunity Web Address:http://www.ntia.doc.gov/lptv/FR-LPTV-Final-Closing-Date-04-28-2011.pdfContact:
Larry DyerProgram OfficerPhone 202-482-1762 Agency Email Description:
Larry A. dyer Agency Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Date Posted:
2009-05-27Application Due Date:
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