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S.2507 DTV Border Fix Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 08, 2008 Received in the House.

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    • Digital TV transition update - September 13, 2008 by There's no justice - The House version (HR 5435) would give stations within 50 miles of the Mexican border an extra five years; the Senate version (S. 2507) calls for a four-year extension. Both have been referred to a House committee.

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      As noted by There's no justice on September 13, 2008, "The House version (HR 5435) would give stations within 50 miles of the Mexican border an extra five years; the Senate version (S. 2507) calls for a four-year extension. Both have been referred to a House committee." (http://justeps.livejournal.com/23361.html)
    • Waxahachie Daily Blog: Sen. Hutchison’s DTV Border Bill ... - August 17, 2008 by Waxahachie Daily Blog - The Digital Television Border Fix Act of 2007, S. 2507, establishes a process for broadcasters along the border to apply for FCC permission to continue both analog and digital broadcasting for a short time after the transition, ...

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      As noted by Waxahachie Daily Blog on August 17, 2008, "The Digital Television Border Fix Act of 2007, S. 2507, establishes a process for broadcasters along the border to apply for FCC permission to continue both analog and digital broadcasting for a short time after the transition, ..." (http://waxahachiedaily.blogspot.com/2008/08/sen-hutchisons-dtv-border-bill.html)
    • Senate OKs DTV Border Fix Act - August 07, 2008 by Benton Foundation - Headlines - The Senate last week passed the Digital Television Border Fix Act of 2007 (S.2507) that would set up a way for television broadcasters along the US-Mexican border to continue broadcasting in analog and digital after the Feb 17, ...

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      As noted by Benton Foundation - Headlines on August 07, 2008, "The Senate last week passed the Digital Television Border Fix Act of 2007 (S.2507) that would set up a way for television broadcasters along the US-Mexican border to continue broadcasting in analog and digital after the Feb 17, ..." (http://www.benton.org/node/15962)

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