Here’s A Suggestion For Microsoft That Goes Beyond ‘White Space’


Much has been said, and criticized, about Microsoft President Brad Smith‘s goal of bringing broadband connectivity to rural America via the use of free “white space” — that buffer zone on the spectrum that is found between broadcast TV stations.

The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance (ATBA) commends Smith’s goal of broadband to all of rural America in the next five years. But, the way Microsoft seeks to do it is flawed, ATBA argues, and it has a better solution.

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