FCC Gives Two TV Stations Permission to Share Same Channel

FCC Gives Two TV Stations Permission to Share Same Channel

It has been reported that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given two TV stations permission to share the same channel, i.e. the same spectrum wavelength. The two Los Angeles “test” stations actually asked the commission to be allowed to share airwaves to see if doing so would cause the quality of their signals to become deteriorated. KJLA-TV, which is a commercial television station, has teamed up with KLCS-TV, a non-commercial station and they will be spearheading the bold move as part of an FCC plan to take back spectrum from local broadcasting television stations.