CEA vs. NAB?

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The President of the Consumer Electronics Association calls the broadcast spectrum, the “only spectrum out there that has not been paid for.”

The Consumer Electronics Association again weighed in Tuesday on the ongoing debate over how the U.S. should best use its wireless spectrum, as CEA president and CEO Gary Shapiro called the lack of available spectrum for new consumer devices a “national crisis” and recited findings of a CEA-backed study which estimates the broadcast spectrum could be worth some $60 to $100 billion if auctioned off for “creative purposes.”

Read the story at: broadcastingcable.com

(PS, +1 rep for anyone that corrects or confirms my grammar on whether I place a comma after the word “the” followed by the quote)

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