Broadcasters Fight Push to Free Up Airwaves for Wireless: Video
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Broadcasters Fight Push to Free Up Airwaves for Wireless: Video

Jan. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Wireless is on the rise. Nielsen predicts that by the end of 2011, one in two Americans will own a smartphone. That means a lot of jockeying for space on the airwaves. This is part of a special report by Bloomberg Government in the latest isssue of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine. Bloomberg's Megan Hughes reports. (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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