IndianaLocalNationalNews

Sen. Young leading group of 28 senators calling on FCC for Next Gen TV rollout

(Official U.S. Senate photo by Rebecca Hammel)

Senators Todd Young and Brian Schatz led a bipartisan group of 28 senators in calling on the FCC.

They called on them to expedite the continued rollout of the Next Gen TV standard.

A detailed letter was delivered to FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, urging the rollout to help broadcasters continue providing quality local news and to support an improved emergency alert system.

The senators expressed that the standard is essential to the vitality and competitiveness of local broadcasters’ free, local and trusted service in the communities and that the technology will allow local stations to better serve their viewers.

The full letter can be found here.

https://www.young.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/fcc_letter.pdf

Related posts

LaCross Volunteer fire departmnet announces passing of member

Jon Zimney

Lawsuit seeks injunction on new age verification law for porn sites

Network Indiana

Hose-drawn buggy passengers recovering after crash with vehicle

Jon Zimney

2 comments

Charles U Farley April 7, 2023 at 9:06 pm

The Patriot 2.0 Act (RESTRICT in case you missed it), the political persecution of Trump, the double standard of the legal system, the weaponization of Federal agencies, and this dipstick Senator wastes his time worrying about rolling out the next generation of propaganda box? Seriously?

RINO Young is worthless.

Reply
Slacker06 April 9, 2023 at 9:28 am

Another skeevy activity of Toad Young:

How many more people must die before you wise up?

You voted to confirm Sean C. Staples to the DC Superior Court.

That fool let a person out of jail and off bail who promptly killed a woman with multiple stab wounds. He had a long record. Yet there it is in your voting record: TOAD YOUNG: YEA

Why do you keep voting to confirm such idiots for the judiciary and other high administrative positions? You are supposed to be there to PROTECT THE PEOPLE from such idiots.

Perhaps you see kindred spirits in these skeevy candidates and think somehow they will be alright. That is not happening. You should be ashamed but you are not. Will you apologize to the family of the slain woman? No? You owe it to them and the rest of us.

Reply

Leave a Comment