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Advanced Television Systems and Their Impact Upon the Existing Television Broadcast Service; Seventh Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

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AGENCY:

Federal Communications Commission.

ACTION:

Proposed rule.

SUMMARY:

In this document, the Commission proposes a new DTV Table of Allotments (“DTV Table”), providing all eligible stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition. The proposed DTV Table is based upon the tentative channel designations (“TCDs”) announced for eligible broadcast licensees and permittees (collectively, “licensees”) through the channel election process, along with our efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure that broadcasters provide the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. Once effective, the proposed DTV Table will guide stations in determining their build-out obligations. The proposed DTV Table will ultimately replace the existing DTV Table at the end of the DTV transition, when analog transmissions by full-power television broadcast licensees must cease.

DATES:

Comments for this proceeding are due on or before January 11, 2007; reply comments are due on or before February 12, 2007.

ADDRESSES:

You may submit comments, identified by MB Docket No. 87-268, by any of the following methods:

  • Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.
  • Federal Communications Commission's Web Site: http://www.fcc.gov/​cgb/​ecfs/​. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.
  • People with Disabilities: Contact the FCC to request reasonable accommodations (accessible format documents, sign language interpreters, CART, etc.) by e-mail: FCC504@fcc.gov or phone: 202-418-0530 or TTY: 202-418-0432.

For detailed instructions for submitting comments and additional information on the rulemaking process, see the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section of this document.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

For additional information on this proceeding, contact Evan Baranoff, Evan.Baranoff@fcc.gov of the Media Bureau, Policy Division, (202) 418-2120.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

This is a summary of the Commission's Seventh Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“Seventh FNPRM”), FCC 06-150, in docket MB Docket No. 87-268, adopted on October 10, 2006, and released on October 20, 2006. The full text of this document is available for public inspection and copying during regular business hours in the FCC Reference Center, Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street, SW., CY-A257, Washington DC, 20554. These documents will also be available via ECFS (http://www.fcc.gov/​cgb/​ecfs/​). (Documents will be available electronically in ASCII, Word 97, and/or Adobe Acrobat.) The complete text may be purchased from the Commission's copy contractor, 445 12th Street, SW., Room CY-B402, Washington, DC 20554. To request this document in accessible formats (computer diskettes, large print, audio recording, and Braille), send an e-mail to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the Commission's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau at (202) 418-0530 (voice), (202) 418-0432 (TTY).

Initial Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 Analysis

The Seventh FNPRM does not contain proposed information collection requirements subject to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, Public Law 104-13. In addition, therefore, it does not contain any proposed information collection burden “for small business concerns with fewer than 25 employees,” pursuant to the Small Business Paperwork Relief Act of 2002, Public Law 107-198, see 44 U.S.C. 3506(c)(4).

Summary of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

I. Introduction

1. By this action, the Commission undertakes the final step in the channel election process established in its Second Periodic Review of the Commission's Rules and Policies Affecting the Conversion to Digital Television (69 FR 59500, October 4, 2004) (“Second DTV Periodic Report and Order”) and begins the final stage of the transition of the nation's broadcast television system from analog to digital television (“DTV”). Specifically, in the Seventh Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making (“Seventh FNPRM”), the Commission proposes a new DTV Table of Allotments (“DTV Table”), providing all eligible stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition.

2. In developing the proposed new allotments, the Commission has attempted to accommodate broadcasters' channel preferences as well as their replication and maximization service area certifications (made via FCC Form 381). Our proposed DTV Table is based upon the tentative channel designations (“TCDs”) announced for eligible broadcast licensees and permittees (collectively, “licensees”) through the channel election process, along with our efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure that broadcasters provide the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. Once effective, the proposed DTV Table will guide stations in determining their build-out obligations. The proposed DTV Table will ultimately replace the existing DTV Table at the end of the DTV transition, when analog transmissions by full-power television broadcast licensees must cease. The current DTV Table of Allotments is contained in 47 CFR 73.622(b). We note that, at the end of the transition, the current NTSC Table, contained in 47 CFR 73.606(b) will become obsolete. We will address any rule amendments necessitated by the end of analog service in a later proceeding. The current DTV Table will govern stations' DTV operations until the end of the DTV transition.

II. Background and Summary

A. The DTV Transition

3. The Commission established the existing DTV Table in the 1997 Sixth Report and Order (62 FR 26684, May 14, 1997) as part of its DTV transition plan. In creating the existing DTV Table, the Commission sought to accommodate all eligible, full-service broadcasters with a second channel to provide DTV service in addition to their existing, analog service. Eligibility to receive a second channel for DTV operations was limited to existing broadcasters. In addition, the Commission initiated a process by which the amount of spectrum devoted to the television broadcast service would eventually be reduced. As a result, television broadcast operations will be limited to the “core spectrum” (i.e., channels 2-51) after the end of the transition, enabling the recovery of a total of 108 MHz of spectrum (i.e., channels 52-69). The “core spectrum” is comprised of low-VHF channels 2 to 4 (54-72 MHz) and 5 to 6 (76-88 MHZ), VHF channels 7 to 13 (174-216 MHz) and UHF channels 14-51 (470-698 Start Printed Page 66593MHz), but does not include TV channel 37 (608-614 MHz), which is used for radio astronomy research. In order to protect sensitive radio astronomy operations, TV Channel 37 is not used for NTSC or DTV service. Channels 60-69 (746-806 MHz) were reallocated for public safety and wireless communications services in 1998. Channels 52-59 were reallocated for new wireless services in 2001. Broadcast licensees must cease operations outside the core spectrum after February 17, 2009, thereby making that spectrum available for public safety and commercial wireless uses; see 47 U.S.C. 337(e)(1) (“Any full-power television station licensee that holds a television broadcast license to operate between 698 and 806 megahertz may not operate at that frequency after February 17, 2009.”).

4. As required by statute, the second channel allotted in the existing DTV Table is for use during the DTV transition, after which each licensee must return to broadcasting on a single, six MHz channel. In practice, some licensees' ultimate DTV channels will be entirely different channels—not their NTSC channels or the channels allotted to them for DTV transmission during the transition. In specifying the second channels that broadcasters received for transitional use, the Commission attempted to enable stations to “replicate” the service area of their existing NTSC operations, i.e., to provide DTV service to an area that is comparable to their existing NTSC service area. The existing DTV Table also was designed to minimize interference to both existing analog TV and new DTV service. The existing DTV Table, codified in 47 CFR 73.622(b), was developed using the policies adopted in the Sixth Report and Order and a computer allotment methodology. The details of each station's channel assignment under the existing DTV Table, including technical facilities and predicted service and interference information, were set forth in the initial Appendix B of the Sixth Report and Order (“initial Appendix B”).

B. The Channel Election Process

5. Broadcast licensees selected their ultimate (i.e. post-transition) DTV channel inside the core spectrum through the channel election process established by the Commission in the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order. Under this process, licensees elected their preferred post-transition channel during one of three rounds. Channel elections that could be approved, as well as “best available” channels selected by Commission staff, were locked in as TCDs and protected against new interference from subsequent channel elections with a strong presumption that a station's TCD would be its channel assignment proposed in the new DTV Table. Because the final channel allotments can be established only through a rulemaking proceeding, we propose the new DTV Table as an amendment to 47 CFR 73.622 in the Seventh FNPRM in the DTV docket.

6. The channel election process was designed to be carried out in seven steps, culminating in this rulemaking, the seventh and final step. In order to facilitate the selection of channels and the development of a final DTV Table, prior to the commencement of the first step of the channel election process, the Media Bureau announced a freeze on the filing of certain NTSC and DTV requests for allotment or service area changes.

7. The first step of the channel election process addressed preliminary matters and required all licensees to file a certification (via FCC Form 381) in order to define their post-transition facility. Licensees were required to file their certifications (via FCC Form 381) by November 5, 2004. Stations that did not submit certification forms by the deadline were evaluated based on replication facilities. In these certifications, licensees had to decide whether they would (1) Replicate their allotted facilities, (2) maximize to their currently authorized facilities, or (3) reduce to a currently authorized smaller facility. Many stations have applied for and been granted authorization to operate at facilities that are different from the facilities that were specified for their operation in the initial DTV Table and Appendix B, as amended in 1998. In most cases, the facilities allowed under these new authorizations allow stations to “maximize” their service coverage to reach a larger population than the facilities specified in the initial DTV Table.

8. The second step of the channel election process was the first round of channel elections, in which only in-core licensees—those with at least one in-core channel—could participate. In-core licensees that participated in round one filed their channel elections (via FCC Form 382) by February 10, 2005. First-round electors were not permitted to elect a channel that was not assigned to them unless rights to that channel were obtained through a negotiated channel agreement (“NCA”) with another licensee. At the close of the first round elections, the Commission announced 1,554 TCDs, which included channels elected through 25 NCAs. By Order released on June 8, 2005, the Media Bureau approved 25 NCAs for the first round and rejected 12 NCAs, sending those licensees to their contingent round one election or, if necessary, to round two.

9. In the third step, the Commission analyzed the interference conflicts arising out of the first round and offered licensees an opportunity to resolve them (via FCC Form 383). After reviewing the first round conflicts, the Commission announced an additional 159 TCDs, bringing the total number of TCDs to 1,713.

10. The fourth step of the channel election process was the second round of elections, in which the remaining licensees made their elections. Licensees that participated in this round filed their channel elections (via FCC Form 384) by October 31, 2005.

11. In the fifth step, the Commission analyzed the interference conflicts arising out of the second-round elections and announced 75 TCDs, which included channels elected through two NCAs. The Commission subsequently announced the consolidated total of first- and second-round TCDs to be 1,789.

12. The sixth step of the channel election process was the third and final round of elections, in which licensees without a TCD after rounds one and two, as well as certain other eligible licensees, filed a final channel election preference. Licensees with a TCD were eligible to seek an alternative designation in the third round if they received a TCD for a low-VHF channel (channels 2-6) or if their TCD was subject to international coordination issues which the Commission has been unable to resolve with the Canadian and Mexican governments. In the third round, we received seven channel elections from stations that did not have a TCD, 14 from stations that had a low-VHF TCD, and one from a station that had an international coordination issue. Licensees that participated in the third round filed their channel elections (via FCC Form 386) by May 26, 2006. At the close of the third round, the Commission announced 20 TCDs for eligible licensees, leaving only four eligible stations without a TCD. The four eligible stations without TCDs after the third round were: WABC-TV (New York, New York), WEDH-TV (Hartford, Connecticut), KTFK(TV) (Stockton, California), and KVIE(TV) (Sacramento, California). In the Third Round TCD PN, the Media Bureau said that the Commission would resolve these situations in a subsequent proceeding. We do so here in Section III.B., infra, and include these final TCDs in our proposed new DTV Table. Start Printed Page 66594

III. Proposed DTV Table of Allotments

13. In the Seventh FNPRM, we now undertake the seventh and final step of the channel election process by proposing a new DTV Table. The proposed DTV Table includes a channel for each eligible broadcast television station and is set forth in the proposed rules. The specific technical facilities—effective radiated power (“ERP”), antenna height above average terrain (“antenna HAAT”), antenna radiation pattern, and geographic coordinates at which stations would be allowed to operate under this Table—are set forth in the Appendix. The Appendix also includes information on service area and population coverage.

14. We believe that our proposed new DTV Table achieves the goals set forth for the channel election process. First, the proposed new DTV Table provides all eligible stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition. Second, we believe that our proposed new DTV Table is the result of informed decisions by licensees when making their channel elections and that licensees benefited from the clarity and transparency of the channel election process. Third, we believe our proposed new DTV Table recognizes industry expectations by protecting existing service and respecting investments already made, to the extent feasible. Finally, we believe the proposed new DTV Table reflects our efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible DTV service to the public.

15. The channel assignments in the proposed DTV Table are primarily based on the TCDs previously announced through the channel election process; however, in order to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible DTV service to the public, in some cases Commission staff found it necessary to assign a different channel for post-transition operation in order to minimize interference and maximize the efficiency of broadcast allotments in the public interest. We estimate that more than 98 percent of licensees participating in the channel election process received a TCD for the channel they elected. Approximately 10 licensees requested that the Commission identify a “best available” channel for them. In addition, approximately 30 licensees did not file a channel election form when required. Each of these licensees was given a TCD either (1) On its in-core DTV channel, if it had one, or (2) on its in-core NTSC channel if it did not have an in-core DTV channel, and the NTSC channel did not cause impermissible interference to another station. The remaining stations generally were provided channels that would allow them to serve the full population the station would reach with its certified facilities. In several cases, however, it was necessary to provide stations with channels and facilities that would enable service to a population less than that which could be reached with their certified facilities. In those cases, stations were provided with facilities that would at least enable replication of their service coverage as set forth in the initial DTV Table. Such stations (upon demonstration that they cannot construct their full, authorized DTV facilities because doing so would cause impermissible interference) may file requests for alternative channel assignments, as discussed below in Section III.B., supra paragraph 22.

16. We invite comment on our proposed new DTV Table. We seek comment on whether the channel assignments in the proposed DTV Table will serve the Commission's goals of promoting overall spectrum efficiency and ensuring the best possible DTV service to the public. We ask that licensees review the accuracy of their information contained in the proposed DTV Table and the Appendix, including whether it properly reflects any conflict-resolving amendments to their certifications, and comment on any inaccuracies or discrepancies. The proposed DTV Table will ultimately replace the existing DTV and NTSC Tables after the transition. We request comment on how best to time the adoption and effective date of the proposed DTV Table so that it is available for stations' reference and reliance in applying for construction permits or modifications needed to implement their post-transition facilities. We do not seek comment here on issues related to the DTV transition other than the channel assignments in the proposed DTV Table, as such issues will be addressed in a later proceeding.

A. Allotment Methodology and Evaluation of Interference Conflicts

17. In the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, the Commission stated that the staff would evaluate channel elections after each channel election round in order to identify potential interference conflicts. Interference conflicts were found to exist only where licensees elected channels other than their current DTV channel, most often for stations that elected their NTSC channels. It was not necessary to determine the amount of interference caused by stations that elected their current DTV channel because operation on those channels would not result in new interference.

18. In developing the proposed DTV Table and the Appendix (which sets forth the channel assignment, operating facilities, and service information for individual stations), the staff used objective computer analysis to perform the engineering evaluations for determining station service coverage and interference. In performing these evaluations, the staff relied on the technical standards and methods set forth in 47 CFR 73.622(e) and 73.623(c), which (1) define the geographic service area of DTV stations, and (2) provide minimum interference technical criteria for modification of DTV allotments included in the initial DTV Table. Specifically, 47 CFR 73.622(e) defines a DTV station's service area as the geographic area within the station's noise-limited F(50,90) contour where its signal is predicted to exceed the noise-limited service level. The F(50,90) designator indicates that a specified field strength necessary for the provision of DTV service is expected to be available at 50 percent of the locations 90 percent of the time. A station's noise-limited contour is computed using its actual transmitter location, ERP, antenna HAAT, and antenna radiation pattern. 47 CFR 73.623(c) sets forth the thresholds of desired-to-undesired (D/U) ratio at which interference is considered to occur.

19. Consistent with 47 CFR 73.622(e) and 73.623(c), the staff used the procedure set forth in Office of Engineering and Technology's OET Bulletin No. 69 to make predictions of service coverage and interference. This procedure uses the terrain-dependent Longley-Rice point-to-point propagation model for predicting the geographic areas and populations served by stations. Under the procedure in OET Bulletin No. 69, the predicted geographic area and population served by a TV station are reduced by any interference it receives from other stations. In these evaluations, the staff examined interference resulting from co-channel and first adjacent channel relationships in accordance with the interference criteria for DTV allotments specified in 47 CFR 73.623(c). The computer software used in this work is similar to that used in performing the service coverage and interference evaluations for the initial DTV Table and that the Media Bureau has used to evaluate requests for modification of DTV facilities and changes in channel allotments in the initial DTV Table. This software provides analysis of service Start Printed Page 66595coverage and interference on both a cumulative and individual-station basis.

20. As indicated above, the staff used a database composed of TV station authorizations to which licensees certified as of November 5, 2004 (the “certification database”), including both analog and digital stations, in processing channel elections. The certification database was made available in tables attached to the Public Notice, “DTV Channel Election Information and First Round Election Filing Deadline.” This database was used to determine and evaluate existing DTV service populations, the benchmark amounts of existing interference, and the new interference that would result from specific channel elections. In deciding to rely on this database in the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, the Commission indicated that basing stations' service evaluations on currently authorized facilities would more accurately reflect current service to viewers than the parameters specified for the initial DTV Table adopted in 1997, and amended in 1998, and would at the same time preserve the service areas of those stations that constructed and are operating in accordance with the DTV build-out schedules.

21. The Commission performed interference-conflict analyses in only two circumstances: (1) Where a station elected a channel that was different from its current DTV channel, and (2) to identify a “best available” channel. In doing so, the staff calculated values for the ERP and the directional antenna radiation pattern that would allow a station to match its coverage area based on its certified facilities or replication facilities, as appropriate. Calculations of new ERP and antenna patterns for stations' elected channels were performed in the same manner as those performed by the Commission to match DTV facilities to analog facilities. New interference to post-transition DTV operations was defined as interference beyond that caused by existing analog and DTV operations, as set forth in the certification database information. Evaluations of service coverage and interference conflicts were based only on the populations determined to be receiving service and new interference. The staff used population data from the year 2000 census. In performing conflict analyses, the staff applied the standard that an interference conflict exists when it was predicted that more than 0.1 percent new interference would be caused to another station. That is, the standard was that new interference was considered to constitute a conflict when that new interference affected more than 0.1 percent of the population predicted to be served by the station in the absence of that new interference.

22. In the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, the Commission recognized that a special accommodation was necessary if a station with an out-of-core DTV channel elected to operate its post-transition DTV station on its in-core analog channel. The Commission's goal was to facilitate a station's election of its in-core analog channel if the station did not have an in-core DTV channel. To this end, the Commission recognized that the interference relationships between DTV-to-DTV and NTSC-to-DTV operations are such that a DTV station serving the same geographic area as its associated analog station would have a 1 dB greater interference impact on a co-channel DTV station than it would have had as an analog station and an 8 dB greater impact on an adjacent channel DTV station than it would have had as an analog station, assuming the same coverage and locations for all stations. Thus, DTV operation on a station's analog channel could result in new interference. Unlike a station that has its DTV channel inside the core, and therefore could avoid this new interference by electing its in-core DTV channel, a station with an out-of-core DTV channel by definition could not elect its DTV channel for post-transition use. A station that did not have an in-core analog channel could not make use of this special accommodation. The Commission stated that the 0.1 percent additional interference limit could be exceeded on a limited basis in order to afford these stations an improved opportunity to select their own NTSC channel. The Commission indicated that such allowance is justified because these licensees have only one in-core option available (i.e., their NTSC channel) and may need this additional accommodation to be able to operate on their in-core channel after the end of the transition. In developing the proposed DTV Table, the staff allowed stations that were eligible to participate in the channel election process and that had either an out-of-core DTV channel or no DTV channel (i.e., a singleton with only an in-core analog channel) to select their in-core NTSC channel for post-transition DTV operation if it would cause no more than 2.0 percent new interference to a protected DTV station. Any such stations that certified to their maximized facilities, however, would be permitted to use the 2.0 percent standard only to the extent that the predicted new interference also would not exceed the amount of interference that would have been caused by replication facilities. Where post-transition use of its NTSC channel by such a station was predicted to cause interference to a protected station in excess of 2.0 percent of the protected station's population coverage, the electing station was then made subject to the normal conflict-resolution procedures.

23. Where a station in round one or round two elected and received a TCD for a DTV channel that was not its current NTSC or DTV channel, the interference potential of that new channel was included in the service coverage and interference evaluations of subsequent elections. That is, new channels elected and tentatively designated in round one under approved NCAs were included in the service coverage and interference evaluations of channels elected in rounds two and three. Similarly, channels elected and tentatively designated in round two were included in the service coverage and interference evaluations in round three.

24. In cases where the licensee requested, or was given, a Commission-determined “best available” channel for its station, the staff used an ordered approach that balanced treatment of the station for which a channel was to be provided and other stations, as follows. The staff first analyzed the station's possible post-transition operation on each in-core channel. On each channel, the staff examined the interference impact and service coverage based on the station's certified facilities. If there was a channel or channels where the station could operate without causing new interference to another station and provide adequate service, the staff gave it a TCD on that channel. If there was more than one such channel, the staff generally chose the lowest channel that was outside of the low-VHF band. In cases where there was no channel that would allow the station to satisfy these criteria when operating at its certified maximized facilities, the staff re-examined the station's possible post-transition operation on each in-core channel at its replication facilities. The staff then selected a channel for the station that would result in the minimum amount of new interference to protected stations. In these cases, the objective was to achieve a balance that would minimize the amount of interference that the subject station would cause to and receive from other stations. In every “best available” channel determination, the interference that other stations would receive from the TCD was less than 2.0 percent. Start Printed Page 66596

B. Requests for Alternative Channel Assignments

25. At this stage in the DTV channel election process, we will consider requests for alternative channel assignments only from (1) licensees unable to construct full, authorized DTV facilities (The term “full, authorized DTV facilities” here refers to the original facilities certified by the licensee in its FCC Form 381. We will not preclude requests for alternative channel assignments from licensees that modified their certified facilities after receiving a conflict letter in the first and second channel election rounds.) on the TCDs that they requested and received because, in order to avoid causing impermissible interference to other TCDs and still obtain their preferred channel, they had to agree to construct facilities on their TCD that are smaller than those to which they had certified on FCC Form 381, (We will consider only engineering demonstrations here. Requests based on financial or other reasons will not be considered.) (2) licensees with international coordination issues which the Commission has been unable to resolve with the Canadian and Mexican governments, (3) licensees with TCDs for low-VHF channels (channels 2-6); and (4) new licensees and permittees that attained such status after the start of the channel election process and to which we assigned a TCD for post-transition DTV operations because their assigned NTSC or DTV channel was determined to cause impermissible interference to existing licensees. Licensees that want to change their DTV allotment, but which are not in any of these categories (e.g., are technically able to construct their full, authorized DTV facilities on their existing TCD) may request a change in allotment only after the proposed DTV Table is finalized and must do so through the existing allotment procedures, as set forth in 47 CFR 1.420. Parties seeking alternative channel assignments consistent with this paragraph should file their requests in accordance with the filing procedures set forth in Section IV.D., infra.

26. In assessing proposed alternative channel assignments, we will also consider requests that include the consensual substitution of the TCD of another station that is not otherwise eligible to request an alternative channel assignment. We will consider such requests if it is demonstrated that the additional channel substitution is technically necessary to implement the eligible licensee's requested alternative channel assignment. We will review requests involving a channel substitution to assure compliance with the public interest and will reject any such request if it would require acceptance of a significant level of interference by, or result in a loss of service to, one or both of the requesting stations. Licensees unable to construct their full, authorized DTV facilities may also submit a technical showing that a modification of the licensee's pre-freeze authorized DTV facility—such as a change in transmitter site or an increase in power—would permit construction of their full, authorized DTV facilities with their present TCD or a substitute channel. Licensees requesting alternative channel assignments will be required to continue to protect the full, authorized DTV facilities of other licensees. We will continue to limit additional interference to DTV stations to 0.1 percent during this seventh and final stage of the DTV channel election process. Any request for an alternative channel assignment that causes excess interference must be accompanied by a request for a waiver of the 0.1 percent limit or the signed written consent of the affected licensee. We propose to grant waivers of the 0.1 percent limit where doing so would promote our overall spectrum efficiency objectives and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities.

27. At this time, we are continuing the freeze on requests for changing DTV channels within the DTV Table and on new DTV channels, as well as on the filing of modification applications by full-service television and Class A television stations. From our past experience when we adopted the initial DTV Table, we expect that we will receive alternative channel requests from a number of licensees, and that parties will file petitions for reconsideration of the Report and Order adopted in this proceeding. Thus, the importance of a stable database remains crucial until such time as the DTV Table is adopted and becomes final. However, we may grant waivers on a case-by-case basis in response to requests for alternative channel assignments. We will determine when it is appropriate to lift the freeze in a future proceeding.

C. Requests To Change Certified Facilities

28. By November 5, 2004, all DTV licensees were required to certify whether they would construct replication or maximization facilities. Forty-one stations did not timely file the appropriate form (FCC Form 381) and, therefore, were assigned replication facilities (or authorized NTSC facilities if they were a single-channel NTSC-only station). Of these stations, nine requested that we waive the freeze and filing deadlines to accept their untimely maximization certifications. Requests were filed on behalf of stations KFNB(TV), Caspar, Wyoming; KLWY(TV), Cheyenne, Wyoming; WCJB-TV, Gainesville, Florida; KOAA(TV), Pueblo, Colorado; KSCE(TV), El Paso, Texas; KOCE-TV, Huntington Beach, California; WLMB(TV), Toledo, Ohio; WGGN-TV, Sandusky, Ohio; and WLLA(TV), Kalamazoo, Michigan. We will permit these licensees to file comments proposing a change to their certification to specify maximized facilities for which they would have been allowed to certify. We are also aware that there are cases where a station already has constructed or received authorization to construct facilities on its TCD that provide service to areas that extend beyond that to which the station certified using FCC Form 381. Because the interference protection that we provide is limited to the area to which a station has certified, there is a possibility that stations serving or authorized to serve areas beyond their certified area could become subject to interference. If a licensee can demonstrate that the area served by its authorized or constructed facilities extends beyond the area to which it certified, it may file comments proposing to modify its certified facilities to match its authorized or constructed facilities.

29. Licensees requesting a modification of their certifications must either (1) submit an engineering analysis demonstrating that their proposed certified facilities would not result in interference in excess of 0.1 percent to any licensee's existing TCD or (2) submit the signed, written consent of every affected licensee. They will also be required to accept interference from any channel election already approved.

D. Resolution of TCDs Pending After Round Three

30. Our proposed DTV Table includes four proposed allotments that were unresolved when we announced TCDs for the third round. These channel designations represent challenging and difficult cases in crowded markets that necessitate waiver of the freeze or the interference standard in order to find appropriate channels for post-transition operation that will ensure the best possible service to the public and promote overall spectrum efficiency. We invite comment on these proposed channel allotments. Start Printed Page 66597

31. New York, New York. In the first round of the channel election process, American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (“ABC”), the licensee of WABC-TV, channel 7, and permittee of WABC-DT, channel 45, New York, New York (WABC is the flagship station of the ABC Television Network and is the sole ABC network station serving the New York market. ABC was an early adopter of DTV technology, commencing operation with its full, authorized DTV facility at the World Trade Center in 2001), elected to use its analog channel 7 for digital operation at the end of the DTV transition. The Media Bureau sent ABC a first-round conflict letter because the elected NTSC channel was predicted to cause 2.8 percent new interference to the elected DTV channel of NCE station WNJB-DT, channel *8, New Brunswick, New Jersey. ABC was unable to resolve its conflict with The New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority (“NJPBA”), the permittee of WNJB-DT, within the allotted timeframe. On August 15, 2005, ABC filed a request for a waiver of the 0.1 percent interference standard used to calculate first round interference conflicts in order to permit WABC to operate digitally on its current analog allotment at the end of the DTV transition.

32. In its emergency petition for waiver, ABC contends that the 2.8 percent new interference it is predicted to cause to WNJB is based on WNJB's maximized authorized facilities, which it has yet to build. ABC also argues that the viewers who would potentially be affected by this predicted new interference are either (1) outside the state of New Jersey, or (2) within the state but served by WNJB's sister station, WNJN, Montclair, New Jersey, which currently provides the same programming as WNJB (WNJB is a satellite station of WNJT, Trenton). In addition, ABC asserts that enforcement of the 0.1 percent new interference standard in this instance would impose an undue hardship on WABC by preventing it from replicating its current analog service area, thus resulting in a loss of over-the-air service to current WABC viewers. Further, ABC claims that post-transition operation on its digital channel 45 would result in losses of service due to interference from WOLF, Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and WEDH, Hartford, Connecticut.

33. WPIX, Inc., another VHF broadcaster in the New York market, joined in the waiver request in support of ABC. Educational Broadcasting Corporation, licensee of NCE station WNET, licensed to Newark, New Jersey, also filed in support of ABC's waiver request. NJPBA opposed ABC's request and contends that WABC's service on its digital channel 45 would not result in any loss of service area. ABC offered to pay for WNJB to install a directional antenna to eliminate most of the interference. NJPBA rejected ABC's engineering offer and proposed instead that WNJB relocate its digital transmission facility to the Empire State Building in New York City at no expense. The Media Bureau deferred action on ABC's first round channel election until the conclusion of the channel election process.

34. Subsequently, NJPBA indicated that it would be willing to co-locate its transmitting facilities at Four Times Square in New York City as a possible resolution to this issue. In response, ABC agreed not to object to WNJB-DT's move to Four Times Square provided there was favorable action on its election of channel 7 and related waiver request. Both parties recognized, however, that the current Commission freeze on major modification applications would prevent this resolution. Ultimately, NJPBA stated that if the freeze is waived so that WNJB-DT can apply to modify its facilities to co-locate at Four Times Square, then it would no longer object to WABC operating on channel 7. NJPBA also has asserted that the proposed co-location of WNJB-DT and WABC-DT in New York would have the additional benefit of reducing the amount of interference received by WABC-DT on channel 7 from WNJB-DT's currently authorized operations in New Jersey. This potential agreement remains pending between the parties.

35. According to ABC, WABC-DT will provide a DTV service area with a population of 19,324,895 operating on channel 7, approximately 300,000 more people than would receive such service on channel 45. ABC also contends that channel 7 is more capable of replicating WABC's pre-September 11, 2001 service area than channel 45. In addition, ABC states that WABC's operation on digital channel 45 would be subject to co-channel interference from operations on channel 45 in Pennsylvania and Connecticut, which would affect nearly half a million people. ABC predicts that its operation on channel 45 would result in a loss of service to nearly 500,000 people. ABC notes that television receivers are less tolerant of the co-channel interference among stations on channel 45 than of the adjacent channel interference potentially arising between WABC on channel 7 and WNJB on channel 8.

36. We conclude that the loss of service for WABC would affect current viewers of WABC, while the predicted loss of service for WNJB would affect areas outside of its current service area and primarily outside of the State of New Jersey. ABC also points out that WABC's move to UHF channel 45 would leave WPIX and WNET as the only New York City stations on VHF channels (channel 11 and 13, respectively), which could undermine a plan for digital VHF service in the New York market. ABC also argues that UHF channels provide inferior service to indoor antennas in urban areas in which buildings impede reception. We note, too, that WABC is a pioneer of digital service, having built full-power digital operations in 2001 and re-built them first at Four Times Square and then on the Empire State Building, with a back-up facility at Alpine Tower in New Jersey, after the September 11, 2001 loss of the World Trade Center. In contrast, WNJB has not built its digital facility and recently requested an extension of its STA beyond the July 1, 2006 “use-or-lose” deadline based on its status as a satellite station. Based on all the factors in the record, we believe that the public interest and the factors enumerated in the Second DTV Periodic favor granting WABC a TCD on channel 7 notwithstanding the predicted 2.8 percent interference to WNJB on channel 8. We find that WABC's continued transmission on channel 7 will benefit WABC's viewers, many of whom have relied on VHF antennas for decades. Allotting channel 7 to WABC provides the additional benefit of eliminating concerns about potential interference between WABC and WEDH-TV, a NCE station in Hartford, Connecticut (as discussed below in paragraphs 34-37, we propose to allot channel *45 to WEDH-TV, which elected that channel based on its pending swap application), and WOLF in Pennsylvania. Accordingly, we grant ABC's request for waiver of the 0.1 percent interference standard. We also note that NJPBA may apply in the future to modify WNJB-DT's facilities to move to Four Times Square for post-transition service. If that application is granted, WNJB's virtual collocation with WABC-DT and other New York market stations would be likely to reduce or eliminate the predicted interference to its digital operations on channel 8.

37. Hartford and Norwich, Connecticut. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc. (“CPBI”) is the licensee of NCE stations WEDH-TV, channel *24, Hartford, Connecticut and WEDN, channel *53, Norwich, Connecticut. In the existing DTV Table, WEDH was assigned digital channel *32 and WEDN was assigned digital channel Start Printed Page 66598*45. In 1999, CPBI filed an application to swap the digital channels between these two stations. This swap application has remained in a pending status. In 2004, CPBI filed a petition for rulemaking to substitute channel *9 as WEDN's digital channel, and the Media Bureau issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking proposing the channel substitution.

38. The Second DTV Periodic Report and Order stated that, during the channel election process, we would protect channels proposed in outstanding rule makings where a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking had been issued, and that we would permit licensees to elect a channel if an NPRM had been issued with respect to a channel change. The Second DTV Periodic Report and Order did not specifically address how DTV channels in a pending swap application would be treated.

39. In the first round of the channel election, WEDH-TV elected channel *45 in reliance on the pending 1999 channel swap application, and WEDN elected channel *9 based on the related pending channel substitution rulemaking. Because these elections are based on matters that were pending before the commencement of the channel election process, the 2.0 percent standard set forth in 47 CFR 73.623(c)(2) applies. Our engineering study confirms that the channels elected by CPBI for its Hartford and Norwich stations comply with the 2.0 percent technical standard. Neither WEDH's digital facilities on channel *45 nor WEDN's digital operations on channel *9 would cause more than 2.0 percent interference to adjacent or co-channel stations. WEDN received a TCD for channel *9, but WEDH did not get a TCD for channel *45 due to the unresolved status of stations' channel elections in an adjacent market. WABC-TV in New York had elected its allotted digital channel 45 but contended that WEDH's operation on channel 45 at Hartford would result in a loss of WABC-DT service to approximately 300,000 viewers. WABC-TV preferred to elect its NTSC channel 7. In light of the pending inter-related issues concerning channel 45 in this congested area, we declined to approve TCDs for WABC or WEDH.

40. We believe the public interest would be served by allotting DTV channel *45 to Hartford as well as channel *9 to Norwich, which was tentatively designated after round one. According to CPBI, doing so will enable station WEDH-DT to increase service to an additional 1,275,810 people while reducing its operating costs and, similarly, enable WEDN to increase DTV service to an additional 1,029,678 people while reducing its operating costs. We also note that our proposal facilitates a successful resolution of the channel election process in a highly congested area of the country. For example, WABC-DT's contention that CPBI's proposed operation on channel 45 at Hartford would result in an increase in interference for approximately 300,000 viewers was factored into our conclusion, above, that the public interest would be served by allotting channel 7, rather than channel 45, as WABC-DT's post-transition digital channel. In particular, replacing WEDH's allotted DTV channel *32 with channel *45 eliminates potential interference from channel 33, which WCBS (New York) elected in round two. WCBS was predicted to cause 0.5 percent interference to WEDH (20,311 people) if it remained on channel 32. WCBS agreed to reduce its facilities to comply with the 0.1 percent standard, thus reducing service significantly. As a result of approving WEDH's TCD for channel *45, WCBS would no longer be required to reduce its facilities in this respect. Therefore, we have adjusted the proposed parameters for WCBS in the Appendix to describe their certified facility, rather than the reduced facility they had submitted to resolve the conflict with WEDH's operation on channel 32. In submitting its engineering to resolve the interference conflict in the second round, WCBS had also indicated its intention to withdraw the reduced facility in the event that WEDH would not be operating post-transition on channel 32. Moreover, since the communities of Hartford and Norwich are located within 400 kilometers of the U.S.-Canadian border, concurrence by the Canadian government was sought and has been obtained for the allotments on channels *45 and *9, respectively. The Commission permitted licensees subject to international coordination to certify to operate their post-transition DTV channel pursuant to a pending DTV application for maximized facilities that had not yet been authorized because of a pending international coordination issue. Accordingly, we propose to allot channel *45 to Hartford and channel *9 to Norwich, and these allotments are included in our proposed DTV Table. Both the application and rulemaking proceedings associated with the changes CPBI requested for its Hartford and Norwich stations are superseded by our actions herein, and parties that previously objected to the use of channels *45 and *9, as proposed in the swap application and channel substitution NPRM, may file comments in response to our proposal here.

41. Stockton, California. Telefutura Sacramento, LLC is the licensee of station KTFK(TV), NTSC channel 64 and KTFK-DT, DTV channel 62, Stockton, California. In the second round, Telefutura elected channel 26 as part of a NCA with other licensees in the region. The NCA was approved only in part, with Telefutura's election being rejected for violating the freeze. In the third round, Telefutura again elected channel 26 and proposed to move its transmitter site from Mount Diablo to the Walnut Grove antenna farm, which is closer to its community of license. This channel is acceptable under the 0.1 percent criterion that is applied in evaluating DTV channel elections in this proceeding. But in order to do so, Telefutura must modify its station's facilities to change its station's geographic coverage area, which would violate the freeze imposed in connection with the DTV channel election process.

42. Mount Diablo is located near the border between the San Francisco and Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto Designated Market Areas (DMAs), and KTFK and the other station on Mt. Diablo were required to elect channels which would not cause interference to stations in either market. Telefutura has submitted a comprehensive engineering analysis showing that, with the exception of low-VHF channels, only channel 14 is suitable for use on Mt. Diablo, and channel 14 was elected by the other Mt. Diablo licensee, pursuant to a NCA with Telefutura and other licensees in the region.

43. The proposed move to the Walnut Grove antenna farm will permit Telefutura to co-locate KTFK with the other stations in the Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto DMA. According to Telefutura, this move will provide new Telefutura network service to more than 440,000 viewers in KTFK's DMA. While viewers in the San Francisco DMA will lose KTFK service due to terrain blockage, these viewers receive the same network programming from KTFK's “sister” station, KFSF, Vallejo, California. In addition, the entire loss area is served by numerous other NTSC and DTV stations. Based on the record before us, and in order to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible DTV service to the public, we believe that the public interest would be served by waiving the freeze to permit modification of KTFK's certified facilities. We believe our proposal facilitates a successful resolution of the channel election process in a highly congested area. Start Printed Page 66599Further, our proposal improves service to KTFK's community of license and the local area. In addition, our proposal will facilitate adoption of the final DTV Table and avoid the allotment of a low-VHF channel, which the Commission has long disfavored. The Commission has recognized in this proceeding that low-VHF channels are subject to technical penalties, including higher ambient noise levels and, in the case of channel 6, concerns of possible interference to and from FM radio service. Accordingly, we propose to allot channel 26 to Stockton as specified in our proposed DTV Table. Because we propose here to give Telefutura its desired TCD for channel 26, we dismiss as moot Telefutura's application for review of the denial of its second round channel election.

44. Sacramento, California. KVIE, Inc. is the licensee of NCE television station KVIE(TV), Sacramento, California. KVIE currently operates on NTSC channel *6 and was assigned out-of-core DTV channel *53. As a licensee with only one in-core channel, KVIE elected to release channel *6 and participate in the second round of elections. In that round, KVIE elected channel *9 as part of a NCA with five other licensees in the Bay Area, but elected channel *6 in response to the conflict letter it received. As a licensee with a low-VHF TCD, KVIE was permitted to seek an alternative TCD in the third round, and did so by again electing (via FCC Form 386) channel *9.

45. In its application, KVIE acknowledges that its proposal is predicted to cause 1.3 percent new interference to the TCD of DTV channel *9 for NCE station KIXE-TV, Redding, California. KVIE argues, however, that use of channel 6 would provide inferior service to its viewers, and that the public interest would be better served by Commission approval of KVIE's third round channel selection. KVIE argues that requiring it to operate on channel 6 post-transition “would frustrate the public interest because the use of a low-VHF band channel would not only prevent KVIE from providing the best possible digital service, but would also create a preclusive effect on NCE FM station operations in the area.” The Northern California Educational Television Association filed comments opposing KVIE's request, arguing that KVIE does not provide any evidence that channel 6 is inferior to channel 9, and that it is KVIE's responsibility to protect FM radio stations from interference. In the Third Round TCD PN, the Media Bureau said this case would be addressed in a subsequent proceeding.

46. As noted above, the Commission has long disfavored the use of channel 6 as a DTV allotment. When it adopted the initial DTV Table, the Commission sought to minimize the potential for interference between DTV and FM radio service by avoiding the use of channel 6 for DTV whenever possible, which resulted in only one channel 6 allotment in the initial DTV Table.

47. We conclude that the public interest would be served by waiving the 0.1 percent interference standard with respect to KIXE. Based on staff engineering analysis, we believe that, at most, 4,921 people within the KIXE contour (out of a total population of 375,342) would receive interference from KVIE's operation on DTV channel 9. Conversely, more than 4 million people residing within the KVIE service area will receive a superior DTV signal from KVIE on channel 9. Accordingly, we propose to allot channel *9 to Sacramento for post-transition DTV operations in our proposed DTV Table. KIXE elected its NTSC channel *9 as its TCD in the first round. KIXE may, if it wishes, file comments proposing to substitute its allotted DTV channel *18, or another channel, for its present TCD.

E. International Coordination

48. Border Coordination. Creating a new DTV Table has been a continuing cooperative North American effort, involving complex matters that require careful study and planning by parties on both sides of the negotiation. Under international arrangements with Canada and Mexico, the Commission must obtain concurrence by the Canadian government for any proposed allotments located within 400 kilometers of the U.S.-Canadian border, and by the Mexican government for any proposed allotments located within 275 kilometers of the U.S.-Mexican border. Our international negotiations are continuing in a cooperative manner and we do not believe these negotiations will delay stations' ability to construct their post-transition DTV facilities.

49. We announce here that Industry Canada has objected to the allotment of the TCDs for WBSF-DT, Bay City, Michigan and KAYU-DT, Spokane, Washington. Accordingly, while we include their TCD channels in our proposed DTV Table, we seek comment from these licensees concerning whether they are willing to reduce coverage on their TCD channel in order to address Canadian concerns. As indicated above, they may also request an alternative post-transition DTV channel allotment.

F. Treatment of New Licensees and Permittees and Pending Applications for New Stations

50. In the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, the Commission stated that only Commission licensees and permittees were entitled to participate in the channel election process; applicants for new stations and petitioners for new allotments would not be allowed to make channel elections. The Commission noted that there were applications for approximately 50 new NTSC stations that were pending since before 1997. Several of these applications have since been granted after the start of the channel election process, resulting in new licensees and permittees that were not eligible to take part in the channel election process. Two of these permittees filed channel elections in round three; seven others, similarly situated, did not. In the Third Round TCD PN, we did not announce TCDs for these stations because they were authorized after the completion of the first round and, therefore, were not eligible to participate in the channel election process. Accordingly, at this time, we will accommodate these new licensees and permittees with TCDs in our proposed DTV Table.

51. For some of these new licensees and permittees, we have determined that their NTSC or DTV channel is appropriate for post-transition DTV operations. This group consists of: (1) WMBF-TV, channel 32, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; (2) KWKS, channel 19, Colby, Kansas; and (3) BPCT-960920KY, channel 47, Presque Isle, Maine. Thus, we have tentatively designated their current channel for post-transition DTV operations in our proposed DTV Table.

52. For others of these new licensees and permittees, we have determined that their NTSC or DTV channel is not appropriate for post-transition DTV operations because it would cause impermissible interference to a protected TCD. This group consists of: (1) WHRE, channel 21, Virginia Beach, Virginia; (2) KNIC-TV, channel 17, Blanco, Texas; (3) BPCDT-960920WX, channel 18, Mobile, Alabama; and (4) BPCT-960920WR, channel 29, Gainesville, Florida. DTV operation of the Virginia Beach, Virginia NTSC license on channel 21 (WHRE) would cause 28.9 percent new interference to the channel 20 TCD of WUND-TV, Edenton, North Carolina. DTV operation of the Blanco, Texas NTSC CP on channel 17 (KNIC-TV) would cause 0.8 percent new interference to the channel 16 TCD of KHCE-TV, San Antonio, Start Printed Page 66600Texas. DTV operation of the Mobile, Alabama DTV CP on channel 18 (BPCDT-960920WX) would cause 0.4 percent new interference to the channel 18 TCD of WMAU-TV, Bude, Mississippi. DTV operation of the Gainesville, Florida, NTSC CP on channel 29, (BPCT-960920WR) would cause 0.6 percent new interference to the channel 29 TCD of WFTS-TV, Tampa, Florida. Thus, we have tentatively designated a “best available” channel for their post-transition DTV operations in our proposed DTV Table. We will allow these stations to request alternative channel assignments through the procedure discussed above in Section III.B., supra. These stations may wish to propose an alternative channel that could be used both during the transition as well as post-transition.

53. We note that additional pending applications may be granted before an Order finalizing the DTV Table is adopted. To the extent possible, we will accommodate these future new permittees in our proposed DTV Table, consistent with the approach described above for existing new permittees. In order to provide interested parties with the opportunity to comment, the Media Bureau will issue public notices, to be published in the Federal Register, announcing TCDs for the new permittees that attain permittee status during the pendency of this rulemaking proceeding. If necessary, the Media Bureau is directed to establish a separate pleading cycle so that interested parties are given sufficient time to comment. Comments filed in response to such public notices will be incorporated into the record in this proceeding.

54. Applicants that receive a construction permit after the close of the comment period in this proceeding may either construct their analog facilities or apply to the Commission for permission to construct a digital facility on their analog channel. Such digital facilities are for operation during the transition. Such permittees may request authorization to continue their DTV operations on their NTSC channels after the transition. We anticipate that, in most instances, the same channel that was allotted in the NTSC Table will be allotted in the DTV Table. In the event that the NTSC channel is not suitable for DTV operations, such as if it would cause new interference in excess of 0.1 percent to another DTV station's operations on its allotted channel, we will determine a “best available” channel. Before the end of the transition, we will issue a NPRM to amend the DTV Table in order to allot a DTV channel for each remaining authorized facility that does not have an allotted DTV channel.

IV. Procedural Matters

A. Initial Regulatory Flexibility Act Analysis

55. As required by the Regulatory Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended (“RFA”) the Commission has prepared this present Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis (“IRFA”) concerning the possible significant economic impact on small entities by the policies and rules proposed in the Seventh FNPRM. Written public comments are requested on this IRFA. Comments must be identified as responses to the IRFA and must be filed by the deadlines for comments indicated on the first page of the Seventh FNPRM. The Commission will send a copy of the Seventh FNPRM, including this IRFA, to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration (SBA). In addition, the Seventh FNPRM and IRFA (or summaries thereof) will be published in the Federal Register.

Need for and Objectives of the Proposed Rules

56. The Seventh FNPRM proposes a new DTV Table of Allotments (“DTV Table”), providing all eligible broadcast television stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition. The new DTV Table will affect all commercial and noncommercial broadcast television stations, including low power and TV translator stations.

57. The proposed new DTV Table is based on the tentative channel designations (“TCDs”) announced for eligible broadcast licensees through the channel election process, as well as on the Commission's efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible service to the public, including service to local communities. During this election process, which was established by the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order, broadcast licensees selected their ultimate DTV channel inside the “core spectrum,” consisting of current television channels 2 through 51 (54-698 MHz). In developing the proposed new allotments, the Commission sought to accommodate broadcasters' channel preferences, as well as their replication and maximization service area certifications (made via FCC Form 381).

58. We believe our proposed new DTV Table achieves the goals set forth for the channel election process. First, the proposed new DTV Table provides all eligible stations with channels for DTV operations after the DTV transition. Second, we believe our proposed new DTV Table is the result of informed decisions by licensees when making their channel elections and that licensees benefited from the clarity and transparency of the channel election process. Third, we believe our proposed new DTV Table recognizes industry expectations by protecting existing service and respecting investments already made, to the extent feasible. Finally, we believe the proposed new DTV Table reflects our efforts to promote overall spectrum efficiency and ensure the best possible DTV service to the public.

Legal Basis

59. The authority for the action proposed in this rulemaking is contained in sections 1, 4(i) and (j), 5(c)(1), 7, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337 of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C 151, 154(i) and (j), 155(c)(1), 157, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337.

Description and Estimate of the Number of Small Entities to Which the Proposed Rules Will Apply

60. The RFA directs the Commission to provide a description of and, where feasible, an estimate of the number of small entities that will be affected by the proposed rules, if adopted. The RFA generally defines the term “small entity” as having the same meaning as the terms “small business,” small organization,” and “small government jurisdiction.” In addition, the term “small business” has the same meaning as the term “small business concern” under the Small Business Act. A small business concern is one which: (1) Is independently owned and operated; (2) is not dominant in its field of operation; and (3) satisfies any additional criteria established by the SBA. The proposed rules, if adopted, in the Seventh FNPRM, will primarily affect television stations. A description of such small entities, as well as an estimate of the number of such small entities, is provided below.

61. Television Broadcasting. The proposed rules and policies apply to television broadcast licensees and potential licensees of television service. The SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13 million in annual receipts. Business concerns included in this industry are those “primarily engaged in broadcasting images together with sound.” According to Commission staff review of the BIA Publications, Inc. Master Access Television Analyzer Database (BIA) on Start Printed Page 66601June 16, 2006, about 915 of the 1,305 commercial television stations (or about 70 percent) have revenues of $13 million or less and thus qualify as small entities under the SBA definition. We note, however, that, in assessing whether a business concern qualifies as small under the above definition, business (control) affiliations must be included. Our estimate, therefore, likely overstates the number of small entities that might be affected by our action, because the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from affiliated companies.

62. In addition, an element of the definition of “small business” is that the entity not be dominant in its field of operation. We are unable at this time to define or quantify the criteria that would establish whether a specific television station is dominant in its field of operation. Accordingly, the estimate of small businesses to which rules may apply do not exclude any television station from the definition of a small business on this basis and are therefore over-inclusive to that extent. Also as noted, an additional element of the definition of “small business” is that the entity must be independently owned and operated. We note that it is difficult at times to assess these criteria in the context of media entities and our estimates of small businesses to which they apply may be over-inclusive to this extent.

63. Class A TV, LPTV, and TV translator stations. The proposed rules and policies also apply to licensees of Class A TV stations, low power television (LPTV) stations, and TV translator stations, as well as to potential licensees in these television services. The same SBA definition that applies to television broadcast licensees would apply to these stations. The SBA defines a television broadcast station as a small business if such station has no more than $13 million in annual receipts. Currently, there are approximately 589 licensed Class A stations, 2,157 licensed LPTV stations, and 4,549 licensed TV translators. Given the nature of these services, we will presume that all of these licensees qualify as small entities under the SBA definition. We note, however, that under the SBA's definition, revenue of affiliates that are not LPTV stations should be aggregated with the LPTV station revenues in determining whether a concern is small. Our estimate may thus overstate the number of small entities since the revenue figure on which it is based does not include or aggregate revenues from non-LPTV affiliated companies. We do not have data on revenues of TV translator or TV booster stations, but virtually all of these entities are also likely to have revenues of less than $13 million and thus may be categorized as small, except to the extent that revenues of affiliated non-translator or booster entities should be considered.

Description of Projected Reporting, Recordkeeping and Other Compliance Requirements

64. The proposals set forth in the Seventh FNPRM would involve no changes to reporting, recordkeeping and other compliance requirements beyond what is already required under the current regulations.

Steps Taken to Minimize Significant Impact on Small Entities, and Significant Alternatives Considered

65. The RFA requires an agency to describe any significant alternatives that it has considered in reaching its proposed approach, which may include the following four alternatives (among others): (1) The establishment of differing compliance or reporting requirements or timetables that take into account the resources available to small entities; (2) the clarification, consolidation, or simplification of compliance or reporting requirements under the rule for small entities; (3) the use of performance, rather than design, standards; and (4) an exemption from coverage of the rule, or any part thereof, for small entities.

66. The proposed new DTV Table provides all eligible broadcast television stations—large and small alike—with channels for post-transition DTV operations. Small broadcasters, just like large ones, benefited from participating in the channel election process. The proposed new DTV Table is the result of informed decisions by licensees when making their channel elections and licensees benefited from the clarity and transparency of the channel election process. Moreover, the proposed new DTV Table recognizes industry expectations by protecting existing service and respecting investments already made, to the extent feasible. The TCDs announced primarily were based on the channels elected by licensees. We estimate that more than 98 percent of licensees participating in the channel election process received a TCD for the channel they elected. The Seventh FNPRM invites comment from broadcasters, including small broadcasters, on the proposed new DTV Table.

67. In addition, the Seventh FNPRM provides an opportunity for certain licensees demonstrating special circumstances to request alternative channel assignments. The Commission will consider requests for alternative channel assignments only from (1) licensees who demonstrate that they cannot construct their full, authorized DTV facilities (The term “full, authorized DTV facilities” here refers to the original facilities certified by the licensee in its FCC Form 381. We will not preclude requests for alternative channel assignments from licensees that modified their certified facilities after receiving a conflict letter in the first and second channel election rounds.) with their present TCD because doing so would cause unacceptable interference to protected TCDs (We will consider only engineering demonstrations here. Requests based on financial or other reasons will not be considered.), (2) licensees with international coordination issues which the Commission has been unable to resolve with the Canadian and Mexican governments, (3) licensees with TCDs for low-VHF channels (channels 2-6); and (4) new licensees and permittees that attained such status after the start of the channel election process and to which we assigned a TCD for post-transition DTV operations because their assigned NTSC channel was determined to cause impermissible interference to existing licensees. Licensees that want to change their DTV allotment, but which are not in any of these categories (e.g., are technically able to construct their full, authorized DTV facilities on their existing TCD) may request a change in allotment only after the proposed DTV Table is finalized and must do so through the existing allotment procedures, as set forth in 47 CFR 1.420. We believe small broadcasters with special circumstances will benefit from this opportunity. We also seek comment from small broadcasters on whether additional measures need to be taken in order to facilitate small broadcasters' transition to their ultimate DTV channel.

Federal Rules Which Duplicate, Overlap, or Conflict with the Commission's Proposals

68. None.

B. Initial Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 Analysis

69. The Seventh FNPRM has been analyzed with respect to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (“PRA”), and does not contain proposed information collection requirements. In addition, therefore, it does not contain any new or modified “information collection burden for small business concerns with fewer than 25 employees,” pursuant to Start Printed Page 66602the Small Business Paperwork Relief Act of 2002.

C. Ex Parte Rules

70. Permit-But-Disclose. This proceeding will be treated as a “permit-but-disclose” proceeding subject to the “permit-but-disclose” requirements under 47 CFR 1.1206(b). Ex parte presentations are permissible if disclosed in accordance with Commission rules, except during the Sunshine Agenda period when presentations, ex parte or otherwise, are generally prohibited. Persons making oral ex parte presentations are reminded that a memorandum summarizing a presentation must contain a summary of the substance of the presentation and not merely a listing of the subjects discussed. More than a one-or two-sentence description of the views and arguments presented is generally required. Additional rules pertaining to oral and written presentations are set forth in 47 CFR 1.1206(b).

D. Filing Requirements

71. Comments and Replies. Pursuant to 47 CFR 1.415 and 1.419, interested parties may file comments and reply comments on or before the dates indicated on the first page of this document. Comments may be filed using: (1) The Commission's Electronic Comment Filing System (“ECFS”), (2) the Federal Government's eRulemaking Portal, or (3) by filing paper copies.

72. Electronic Filers: Comments may be filed electronically using the Internet by accessing the ECFS: http://www.fcc.gov/​cgb/​ecfs/​ or the Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://www.regulations.gov. Filers should follow the instructions provided on the Web site for submitting comments. For ECFS filers, if multiple docket or rulemaking numbers appear in the caption of this proceeding, filers must transmit one electronic copy of the comments for each docket or rulemaking number referenced in the caption. In completing the transmittal screen, filers should include their full name, U.S. Postal Service mailing address, and the applicable docket or rulemaking number. Parties may also submit an electronic comment by Internet e-mail. To get filing instructions, filers should send an e-mail to ecfs@fcc.gov, and include the following words in the body of the message, “get form.” A sample form and directions will be sent in response.

73. Paper Filers: Parties who choose to file by paper must file an original and four copies of each filing. If more than one docket or rulemaking number appears in the caption of this proceeding, filers must submit two additional copies for each additional docket or rulemaking number. Filings can be sent by hand or messenger delivery, by commercial overnight courier, or by first-class or overnight U.S. Postal Service mail (although we continue to experience delays in receiving U.S. Postal Service mail). All filings must be addressed to the Commission's Secretary, Office of the Secretary, Federal Communications Commission.

  • The Commission's contractor will receive hand-delivered or messenger-delivered paper filings for the Commission's Secretary at 236 Massachusetts Avenue, NE., Suite 110, Washington, DC 20002. The filing hours at this location are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. All hand deliveries must be held together with rubber bands or fasteners. Any envelopes must be disposed of before entering the building.
  • Commercial overnight mail (other than U.S. Postal Service Express Mail and Priority Mail) must be sent to 9300 East Hampton Drive, Capitol Heights, MD 20743.
  • U.S. Postal Service first-class, Express, and Priority mail should be addressed to 445 12th Street, SW., Washington DC 20554.

74. Availability of Documents. Comments, reply comments, and ex parte submissions will be available for public inspection during regular business hours in the FCC Reference Center, Federal Communications Commission, 445 12th Street, SW., CY-A257, Washington, DC 20554. These documents will also be available via ECFS. Documents will be available electronically in ASCII, Word 97, and/or Adobe Acrobat.

75. Accessibility Information. To request information in accessible formats (computer diskettes, large print, audio recording, and Braille), send an e-mail to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the FCC's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau at (202) 418-0530 (voice), (202) 418-0432 (TTY). This document can also be downloaded in Word and Portable Document Format (PDF) at: http://www.fcc.gov.

76. Additional Information. For additional information on this proceeding, contact Evan Baranoff, Evan.Baranoff@fcc.go v, or Eloise Gore, Eloise.Gore@fcc.gov, of the Media Bureau, Policy Division, (202) 418-2120; Nazifa Sawez, Nazifa.Sawez@fcc.go v, of the Media Bureau, Video Division, (202) 418-1600; or Alan Stillwell, Alan.Stillwell@fcc.gov, of the Office of Engineering and Technology, (202) 418-2470.

V. Ordering Clauses

77. Accordingly, it is ordered that pursuant to sections 1, 4(i) and (j), 7, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337 of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C 151, 154(i) and (j), 157, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and 337 that notice is hereby given of the proposals and tentative conclusions described in the Seventh FNPRM, including the proposed DTV Table of Allotment and amendments to part 73 of the Commission's rules, as set forth in the proposed rules.

78. It is further ordere d that the Reference Information Center, Consumer Information Bureau, shall send a copy of this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, including the Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis, to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration.

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List of Subjects in 47 CFR Part 73

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Federal Communications Commission.

Marlene H. Dortch,

Secretary.

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Proposed Rule Changes

For the reasons discussed in the preamble, the Federal Communications Commission amends 47 CFR part 73 as follows:

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PART 73—RADIO BROADCAST SERVICES

1. The authority citation for part 73 continues to read as follows:

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Authority: 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 334, 336 and 339. 2. Section 73.622 is amended by adding new paragraph (i) to read as follows:

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Digital television table of allotments.
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(i) Post-Transition Table of DTV Allotments.

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CommunityChannel No.
ALABAMA
Anniston9
Bessemer18
Birmingham*10, 13, 30, 36, 50
Demopolis*19
Dothan21, 36
Dozier*10
Florence14, 20, *22
Gadsden26, 45
Gulf Shores25
Homewood28
Huntsville19, *24, 32, 41, 49
Louisville*44
Mobile9, 15, 20, 23, 27, *41
Montgomery12, 16, *27, 32, 46
Mount Cheaha*7
Opelika47
Ozark33
Selma29, 42
Troy48
Tuscaloosa23, 33
Tuskegee22
ALASKA
Anchorage5, *8, 10, 12, 20, *26, 28, 32
Bethel*3
Fairbanks7, *9, 11, 18
Juneau*10, 11
Ketchikan13
North Pole4
Sitka2
ARIZONA
Douglas36
Flagstaff2, 13, 18, 32
Green Valley46
Holbrook*11
Kingman19
Mesa12
Phoenix*8, 10, 15, 17, 20, 24, 26, 33, 39, 49
Prescott7
Sierra Vista44
Tolleson51
Tucson9, 19, 23, 25,*28, *30, 32, 40
Yuma11, 16
ARKANSAS
Arkadelphia*13
Camden49
El Dorado*12, 27, 43
Eureka Springs34
Fayetteville*9, 15
Fort Smith18, 21, 27
Harrison31
Hot Springs26
Jonesboro8, *20, 48
Little Rock*7, 12, 22, 30, 32, *36, 44
Mountain View*13
Pine Bluff24, 39
Rogers50
Springdale39
CALIFORNIA
Anaheim32
Arcata22
Avalon47
Bakersfield10, 25, 33, 45
Barstow44
Bishop20
Calipatria36
Ceres*15
Chico24, 43
Clovis43
Concord14
Corona39
Cotati*23
El Centro9, 22
Eureka3, *11, 17, 28
Fort Bragg8
Fresno7, 30, 34, 38, *40
Hanford20
Huntington Beach*48
Long Beach18
Los Angeles7, 9, 11, 13, *28, 31, 34, 36, *41, 42, 43
Merced11
Modesto18
Monterey31, 32
Novato47
Oakland44
Ontario29
Oxnard24
Palm Springs42, 46
Paradise20
Porterville48
Rancho Palos Verdes51
Redding7, *9
Riverside45
Sacramento*9, 10, 21, 35, 40, 48
Salinas8, 13
San Bernardino*26, 38,
San Diego8, 10, 18, 19, *30, 40
San Francisco7, 19, 27, 29, *30, *33, 38, 39, 45, 51
San Jose12, 36, 41, 49, *50
San Luis Obispo15, 34
San Mateo*43
Sanger36
Santa Ana23
Santa Barbara21, 27
Santa Maria19
Santa Rosa32
Stockton25, 26, 46
Twentynine Palms23
Vallejo34
Ventura49
Visalia28, *50
Watsonville*25
COLORADO
Boulder15
Broomfield*38
Castle Rock46
Colorado Springs10, 22, 24
Denver7, 9, *18, 19, 32, 34, 35, *40, 43, 51
Durango15, *20, 33
Fort Collins21
Glenwood Springs23
Grand Junction2, 7, 12, 15, *18
Longmont29
Montrose13
Pueblo*8, 42
Steamboat Springs10
Sterling23
CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport42, *49
Hartford31, 33, *45, 46
New Britain35
New Haven*6, 10, 39
New London26
Norwich*9
Waterbury20
DELAWARE
Seaford*44
Wilmington*12, 31
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington7, 9, *27, *33, 35, 36, 48, 50
FLORIDA
Boca Raton*40
Bradenton42
Cape Coral35
Clearwater21
Clermont17
Cocoa*30, 51
Daytona Beach11, 49
Destin48
Fort Lauderdale30
Fort Myers9, 15, *31
Fort Pierce34, *38
Fort Walton Beach40, 49, 50
Gainesville9, 16, *36
High Springs28
Hollywood47
Jacksonville*7, 13, 19, 32, 34, 42, *44
Key West3, 8
Lake Worth36
Lakeland19
Leesburg40, *46
Live Oak48
Marianna51
Melbourne43, 48
Miami7, 10, *18, 19, *20, 22, 23, 31, 32, 35, 46
Naples41, 45
New Smyrna Beach*33
Ocala31
Orange Park10
Orlando22, *23, 26, 27, 39, 41
Palm Beach49
Panama City7, 9, 13, *38
Panama City Beach47
Pensacola17, *31, 34, 45
Sarasota24
St. Petersburg10, 38, 44
Stuart44
Tallahassee24, 27, *32, 40
Tampa7, 12, *13, 29, *34, 47
Tequesta16
Tice33
Venice25
West Palm Beach12, 13, *27, 28
GEORGIA
Albany10, 12
Athens*8, 48
Atlanta10, 19, 20, *21, 25, 27, 39, *41, 43
Augusta12, 30, 42, 51
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Bainbridge49
Baxley35
Brunswick24
Chatsworth*33
Cochran*7
Columbus9, 15, *23, 35, 49
Cordele51
Dalton16
Dawson*8
Macon13, 16, 40, 45
Monroe44
Pelham*6
Perry32
Rome51
Savannah*9, 11, 22, 39
Thomasville46
Toccoa24
Valdosta43
Waycross*8
Wrens*6
HAWAII
Hilo9, 11, 13, 22, 23
Honolulu8, 9, *10, *11, 19, 23, 27, 31, 33, 35, 40, *43
Kailua50
Kailua Kona25
Kaneohe41
Wailuku7, *10, 12, 16, 21, 24
Waimanalo38
IDAHO
Boise7, *21, 28, 39
Caldwell10
Coeur D'alene*45
Filer*18
Idaho Falls8, 20, 36
Lewiston32
Moscow*12
Nampa12, 24
Pocatello15, *17, 23, 31
Sun Valley32
Twin Falls11, *22, 34
ILLINOIS
Aurora50
Bloomington28
Carbondale*8
Champaign41, 48
Charleston*50
Chicago7, 11, 19, *21, 27, 29, 31, 43, 45, *47
Decatur18, 22
East St. Louis47
Freeport23
Harrisburg34
Jacksonville*15
Joliet38
LaSalle10
Macomb*21
Marion17
Moline*23, 38
Mount Vernon21
Olney*19
Peoria19, 25, 30, 39, *46
Quincy10, 32, *34
Rock Island4
Rockford13, 16, 42
Springfield13, 42, 44
Urbana*9, 26
INDIANA
Angola12
Bloomington*14, 27, 42, 48
Elkhart28
Evansville*9, 25, 28, 45, 46
Fort Wayne19, 24, 31, 36, *40
Gary*17, 51
Hammond36
Indianapolis9, 13, 16, *21, 25, *44, 45
Kokomo29
Lafayette11
Marion32
Muncie23
Richmond39
Salem51
South Bend22, *35, 42, 48
Terre Haute10, 36, 39
Vincennes*22
IOWA
Ames5, 23, *34
Burlington41
Cedar Rapids9, 27, 47, 51
Council Bluffs*33
Davenport*34, 36, 49
Des Moines8, *11, 13, 16, 31
Dubuque43
Fort Dodge*25
Iowa City*12, 25
Mason City*18, 42
Newton39
Ottumwa15
Red Oak*35
Sioux City9, *28, 39, 41, 44
Waterloo7, 22, *35
KANSAS
Colby17, 19
Dodge City*21
Ensign6
Garden City11, 13
Goodland10
Great Bend22
Hays7, *16
Hoisington14
Hutchinson*8, 12, 35
Lakin*8
Lawrence41
Pittsburg7, 14
Salina17
Topeka*11, 13, 27, 49
Wichita10, 26, 31, 45
KENTUCKY
Ashland*26, 44
Beattyville7
Bowling Green13, 16, *18, *48
Campbellsville19
Covington*24
Danville4
Elizabethtown*43
Harlan51
Hazard12, *16
Lexington13, 39, 40, *42
Louisville8, 11, *17, 26, *38, 47, 49
Madisonville20, *42
Morehead*15, 21
Murray*36
Newport29
Owensboro30
Owenton*44
Paducah32, 41, 49
Pikeville*24
Somerset*14
LOUISIANA
Alexandria*26, 31, 35, 41
Baton Rouge9, 13, *25, 34, 45
Columbia11
Hammond42
Lafayette10, 16, *23, 28
Lake Charles7, *20, 30
Minden21
Monroe8, *13
New Iberia50
New Orleans8, *11, 15, 21, 26, *31, 36, 43, 50
Shreveport17, *25, 28, 34, 44
Slidell24
West Monroe36, 38
MAINE
Augusta*10
Bangor2, 7, 19
Biddeford*45
Calais*10
Lewiston35
Orono*9
Poland Spring8
Portland38, 43, 44
Presque Isle8, *10, 47
Waterville23
MARYLAND
Annapolis*42
Baltimore11, 13, *29, 38, 40, 41, 46,
Frederick*28
Hagerstown26, 39, *44
Oakland*36
Salisbury21, *28, 47
MASSACHUSETTS
Adams36
Boston7, *19, 20, 30, 31, 32, 39, *43
Cambridge41
Lawrence18
Marlborough27
New Bedford22, 49
Norwell10
Pittsfield13
Springfield11, *22, 40
Vineyard Haven40
Worcester29, *47
MICHIGAN
Alpena11, *24
Ann Arbor31
Bad Axe*15
Battle Creek20, 44
Bay City22, 46
Cadillac9, *17, 47
Calumet5
Cheboygan35
Detroit7, 14, 21, 41, *43, 44, 45
East Lansing*40
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Escanaba48
Flint12, 16, *28
Grand Rapids7, *11, 13, 19
Iron Mountain8
Ishpeming10
Jackson34
Kalamazoo*5, 8, 45
Lansing36, 38, 51
Manistee*21
Marquette*13, 19, 35
Mount Clemens39
Mount Pleasant*26
Muskegon24
Onondaga10
Saginaw30, 48
Sault Ste. Marie8, 10
Traverse City7, 29
University Center*18
MINNESOTA
Alexandria7, 42
Appleton*10
Austin*20, 36
Bemidji*9, 26
Brainerd*28
Chisholm11
Crookston*16
Duluth*8, 10, 17, 33
Hibbing13, *31
Mankato12
Minneapolis9, 11, 22, 29, 32, 45
Redwood Falls27
Rochester10, 46
St. Cloud40
St. Paul*26, *34, 35
Thief River Falls10
Walker12
Worthington*15
MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi13, *16
Booneville*12
Bude*18
Columbus35, *43
Greenville15
Greenwood*25, 32
Gulfport48
Hattiesburg22
Holly Springs41
Houston45
Jackson7, 12, *20, 21, 41
Laurel28
Magee34
Meridian11, 24, 31, *44
Mississippi State*10
Natchez49
Oxford*36
Tupelo8
Vicksburg35
West Point16
MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau12, 22
Columbia8, 17
Hannibal7
Jefferson City12, 20
Joplin*25, 43, 46
Kansas City9, *18, 24, 31, 34, 42, 47, 51
Kirksville33
Poplar Bluff15
Sedalia15
Springfield10, 19, *23, 28, 44
St. Joseph7, 21
St. Louis14, 24, 26, 31, 35, *39, 43
MONTANA
Billings10, 11, 18
Bozeman*8, 13
Butte5, 6, 19, 24
Glendive10
Great Falls7, 8, 26, 45
Hardin22
Havre9
Helena12, 29
Kalispell9
Lewistown13
Miles City3
Missoula7, *11, 13, 17, 23
NEBRASKA
Alliance*13
Bassett*7
Grand Island11, 19
Hastings5, *28
Hayes Center18
Kearney36
Lexington*26
Lincoln8, 10, *12, 51
McCook12
Merriman*12
Norfolk*19
North Platte2, *9
Omaha15, *17, 20, 22, 43, 45
Scottsbluff7, 17, 29
Superior34
NEVADA
Elko10
Ely3, 27
Goldfield50
Henderson9
Las Vegas2, 7, *11, 13, 16, 22, 29
Laughlin32
Paradise40
Reno7, 9, 13, *15, 20, 26, 44
Tonopah9
Winnemucca7
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord33
Derry35
Durham*11
Keene*49
Littleton*48
Manchester9
Merrimack34
NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City44, 49
Burlington27
Camden*22
Linden36
Montclair*51
New Brunswick*8
Newark13, 41
Newton18
Paterson40
Secaucus38
Trenton*43
Vineland29
West Milford*29
Wildwood36
NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque7, 13, *17, 22, 24, 26, *35, 42, 45
Carlsbad19, 25
Clovis20
Farmington8, 12
Hobbs29
Las Cruces*23, 47
Portales*32
Roswell8, 10, 21, 27
Santa Fe*9, 10, 27, 29
Silver City10, 12
NEW YORK
Albany7, 12, 26
Amsterdam50
Batavia23
Bath14
Binghamton7, 8, 34, *42
Buffalo14, 32, 33, 34, 38, 39, *43
Carthage7
Corning*30, 48
Elmira18, 36
Garden City*21
Ithaca20
Jamestown26
Kingston48
New York7, 11, *24, 28, 31, 33, 44
North Pole14
Norwood*23
Plattsburgh*38
Poughkeepsie27
Riverhead47
Rochester10, 13, *16, 28, 45
Saranac Lake40
Schenectady6, *34, 43
Smithtown23
Springville7
Syracuse15, 17, 19, 24, *25, 44, 47
Utica27, 29, 30
Watertown21, *41
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville13, *25, 45
Belmont47
Burlington14
Chapel Hill*25
Charlotte*11, 22, 23, 27, 34
Concord*44
Durham11, 28
Edenton*20
Fayetteville36, 38
Goldsboro17
Greensboro33, 43, 51
Greenville10, 14, *23, 51
Hickory40
High Point8
Jacksonville*19, 34
Kannapolis50
Lexington19
Linville*17
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Lumberton*31
Manteo9
Morehead City8
New Bern12
Raleigh27, 48, 49
Roanoke Rapids*36
Rocky Mount15
Washington32
Wilmington*29, 30, 44, 46
Wilson42
Winston Salem29, 31, *32
NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck12, 16, *22, 26, 31
Devils Lake8, *25
Dickinson7, *9, 19
Ellendale*20
Fargo*13, 19, 21, 44
Grand Forks*15, 27
Jamestown7
Minot10, 13, 14, 24, *40
Pembina12
Valley City38
Williston8, 14, *51
OHIO
Akron23, 30, *50
Alliance*45
Athens*27
Bowling Green*27
Cambridge*35
Canton39, 47
Chillicothe46
Cincinnati10, 12, 33, *34, 35
Cleveland8, 15, 17, *26, 34
Columbus13, 14, 21, 36, *38
Dayton*16, 30, 41, 50, 51
Lima8, 47
Lorain28
Mansfield12
Newark24
Oxford*28
Portsmouth17, *43
Sandusky42
Shaker Heights10
Springfield26
Steubenville9
Toledo5, 11, 13, *29, 46, 49
Youngstown20, 36, 41
Zanesville40
OKLAHOMA
Ada26
Bartlesville17
Cheyenne*8
Claremore*36
Eufaula*31
Lawton11
Muskogee20
Norman46
Oklahoma City7, 9, *13, 15, 24, 27, 33, 40, 50, 51
Okmulgee28
Shawnee29
Tulsa8, 10, *11, 22, 42, 45, 47, 49
Woodward35
OREGON
Bend*11, 21
Coos Bay11, 22
Corvallis*7
Eugene9, 13, 17, *29, 31
Grants Pass30
Klamath Falls13, 29, *33
La Grande*13, 29
Medford5, *8, 10, 12, 26
Pendleton11
Portland8, *10, 12, 24, 40, 43
Roseburg18, 19, 45
Salem22, 33
PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown*39, 46
Altoona24, 32, 46
Bethlehem9
Clearfield*15
Erie12, 16, 22, 24, *50
Greensburg50
Harrisburg10, 21, *36
Hazleton45
Jeannette49
Johnstown8, 34
Lancaster8, 23
Philadelphia6, 17, 26, 32, 34, *35, 42
Pittsburgh*13, 25, 38, 42, 43, 48, 51
Reading25
Red Lion30
Scranton13, 32, 38, *41, 49
Wilkes Barre11
Williamsport29
York47
RHODE ISLAND
Block Island17
Providence12, 13, *21, 51
SOUTH CAROLINA
Allendale*33
Anderson14
Beaufort*44
Charleston*7, 24, 34, 36, 47, 50
Columbia8, 10, 17, *32, 47, 48
Conway*9
Florence13, 16, 21, *45
Georgetown*38
Greenville*9, 16, 21, 36
Greenwood*18
Hardeeville28
Myrtle Beach18, 32
Rock Hill15, 39
Spartanburg7, 43
Sumter*28, 39
SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen9, *17
Brookings*8
Eagle Butte*13
Florence3
Huron12
Lead10, 29
Lowry*11
Martin*8
Mitchell26
Pierre*10, 19
Rapid City2, 16, 18, 21, *26
Reliance13
Sioux Falls7, 11, 13, *24, 36, 47
Vermillion*34
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga9, 12, 13, *29, 40
Cleveland42
Cookeville*22, 36
Crossville20
Greeneville38
Hendersonville51
Jackson39, 43
Jellico23
Johnson City11
Kingsport19
Knoxville7, 10, *17, 26, 30, 34
Lebanon44
Lexington*47
Memphis5, *10, 13, *14, 25, 28, *29, 31, 51
Murfreesboro38
Nashville5, *8, 10, 15, 21, 23, 27,
Sneedville*41
Tazewell48
TEXAS
Abilene15, 24, 29
Alvin36
Amarillo7, *8, 10, 15, 19
Arlington42
Austin7, 21, *22, 33, 43, 49
Baytown41
Beaumont12, 21, *33
Belton46
Big Spring33
Blanco18
Borger31
Brownsville24
Bryan28, 50
College Station*12
Conroe32, 42
Corpus Christi8, 10, 13, *23, 27, 38
Dallas8, *14, 32, 35, 36, 40, 45
Decatur30
Del Rio28
Denton*43
Eagle Pass18
El Paso7, 9, *13, 15, 18, 25, *39, 51
Farwell18
Fort Worth9, 11, 18, 41
Fredericksburg5
Galveston*23, 48
Garland23
Greenville46
Harlingen31, *34, 38
Houston*8, 11, 13, 19, *24, 26, 35, 38, 44
Irving48
Jacksonville22
Katy47
Kerrville32
Killeen13
Lake Dallas39
Laredo8, 13, 19
Llano27
Longview31, 38
Lubbock11, 16, 27, 35, *39, 40
Lufkin9
Mcallen49
Midland18, 26
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Nacogdoches18
Odessa7, 9, 23, 30, *38, 42
Port Arthur40
Rio Grande City20
Rosenberg45
San Angelo11, 16, 19
San Antonio*9, 12, *16, 30, 38, 39, 41, 48,
Sherman12
Snyder17
Sweetwater20
Temple9
Texarkana15
Tyler7
Uvalde26
Victoria11, 15
Waco10, *20, 26, 44
Weslaco13
Wichita Falls15, 22, 28
Wolfforth22
UTAH
Cedar City14
Logan12
Ogden24, *36, 48
Price11
Provo29, 32, *44
Richfield*19
Salt Lake City13, 20, 34, 38, 40, *42, 46
St. George9, *18
Vernal16
VERMONT
Burlington13, 22, *32, 43
Hartford25
Rutland*9
St. Johnsbury*18
Windsor*24
VIRGINIA
Arlington15
Ashland47
Bristol5
Charlottesville19, 32, *46
Danville24
Fairfax*24
Front Royal*21
Goldvein*30
Grundy49
Hampton13
Hampton Norfolk*16
Harrisonburg49
Lynchburg13, 20
Manassas34
Marion*42
Norfolk33, 40, 46
Norton*32
Petersburg22
Portsmouth31, 50
Richmond12, 25, 26, *42, *44
Roanoke*3, 17, 18, 30, 36
Staunton*11
Virginia Beach23, 29
WASHINGTON
Bellevue33, 50
Bellingham19, 35
Centralia*19
Everett31
Kennewick44
Pasco18
Pullman*10, 24
Richland26, *38
Seattle*9, 25, 38, 39, 44, 48
Spokane7, *8, 13, 20, 28, 34, 36
Tacoma11, 13, 14, *27, *42
Vancouver30
Walla Walla9
Yakima14, 16, *21, 33
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield40, 46
Charleston19, 39, 41
Clarksburg10, 12
Grandview*10
Huntington13, 23, *34
Lewisburg8
Martinsburg12
Morgantown*33
Oak Hill4
Parkersburg49
Weston5
Wheeling7
WISCONSIN
Antigo46
Appleton27
Chippewa Falls49
Crandon12
Eagle River28
Eau Claire13, 15
Fond Du Lac44
Green Bay11, 23, 39, 41, *42
Janesville32
Kenosha40
La Crosse8, 14, 17, *30
Madison11, 19, *20, 26, 50
Mayville43
Menomonie*27
Milwaukee*8, 18, 22, 25, 28, 33, 34, *35, 46
Park Falls*36
Racine48
Rhinelander16
Superior19
Suring21
Wausau7, 9, *24
Wittenberg50
WYOMING
Casper*6, 12, 14, 17, 20
Cheyenne11, 27, 30
Jackson2, 11
Lander7, *8
Laramie*8
Rawlins9
Riverton10
Rock Springs23
Sheridan7, 13
GUAM
Agana8, 12
Tamuning14
PUERTO RICO
Aguada50
Aguadilla12, 17, *34
Arecibo14, 46
Bayamon30
Caguas11, *48
Carolina51
Fajardo13, *16, 33
Guayama45
Humacao49
Mayaguez22, 23, 29, 35
Naranjito18
Ponce7, 9, 15, 19, *25, 47
San Juan21, 27, 28, 31, 32, *43
San Sebastian39
Yauco41
VIRGIN ISLANDS
Charlotte Amalie17, 43, *44
Christiansted15, 20, 23

Note:

The following Appendix will not appear in the Code of Federal Regulations.

Appendix—Proposed DTV Table of Allotments Information

The table in this appendix presents the Commission's proposals for assigning the DTV channel allotments to individual broadcast television stations for post-transition DTV operations. It sets forth the proposed technical facilities—effective radiated power, antenna height above average terrain, and antenna identification code—and transmitter site for which each TV station would be authorized on its post-transition channel. The table also provides information on stations' predicted service coverage and the percentage of their service population that would be affected by interference received from other DTV stations. The channels proposed for assignment to stations here are the same as those the Commission is proposing to include in the new DTV Table of Allotments (DTV Table), which, if adopted, would be codified in 47 CFR 73.622(i).

The table includes a proposed DTV channel assignment for all television stations that are eligible under the qualifying criteria, set forth in the Second DTV Periodic Report and Order and reiterated in the discussion above. The proposed technical facilities parameters, which were also used for calculation of the tabulated engineering information, were developed in the three-round channel election process that the Commission conducted to create the proposed DTV Table. These technical facilities data are also available in an EXCEL format at http://www.fcc.gov/​dtv.

Data Elements

Facility ID: A five-digit code for identification of TV or DTV stations associated with channel allotments. A unique code is assigned to each station at the time the Commission first receives an application for a construction permit for that station and does not change, even where the license for the station changes ownership or major changes are made to the station, such as a change of channel or community. Start Printed Page 66608

City and State: The city and State to which the channel is allotted and the station is licensed to serve.

NTSC Channel: The station's current analog (NTSC) channel. This field is left blank in the case of stations that are only licensed to operate digital television service. If a station currently operates only an analog channel, that analog channel will appear in this field. Note: Stations must cease analog operations at the end of the DTV transition on February 17, 2009. See 47 U.S.C. 309(j)(14)(A).

DTV Channel: The channel proposed for the station's post-transition DTV operation.

DTV Power: The effective radiated power (ERP) proposed for the station's post-transition DTV operation. This value is the ERP specified for the station's post-transition operation in the channel election process and, accordingly, may be the station's: (1) Currently authorized ERP, (2) 1997 service replication ERP, (3) other allowable value to which it agreed to operate to resolve a conflict or as part of a negotiated agreement in the channel election process; or (4) in cases where a station's proposed DTV channel is not its current DTV channel, a value determined by the Commission that will enable the station to provide coverage of the station's service area as specified in the channel election process. The value shown is the maximum, over a set of uniformly spaced compass directions, of the ERP values used in determining the station's specified noise-limited DTV service contour. This value is used in the calculations of service and interference also shown herein.

In cases where the TV Engineering Database indicated employment of a directional antenna, the ERP in each specific direction was determined through linear interpolation of the relative field values describing the directional pattern. (The directional pattern stored in the FCC computer database provides relative field values at 10 degree intervals and may include additional values in special directions. The result of linear interpolation of these relative field values is squared and multiplied by the overall maximum ERP listed for the station in the TV Engineering Database to find the ERP in a specific direction.)

Where a station's ERP was determined by the Commission, it was calculated using the following methodology. First, the distance to the station's noise-limited DTV contour (or Grade B contour for stations that do not have a DTV channel) was determined in each of 360 uniformly spaced compass directions starting from true north. This determination was made using information in the engineering database, including directional antenna data, and using terrain elevation data at points separated by 3 arc-seconds of longitude and latitude. FCC curves (47 CFR 73.699) were applied in the usual way, as described in 47 CFR 73.684, to find this noise-limited contour distance, with the exception that dipole factor considerations were applied to the field strength contour specified in 47 CFR 73.683 for UHF channels.

The station's proposed post-transition DTV ERP was then calculated by a further application of FCC curves, with noise-limited DTV coverage defined as the presence of field strengths of 28 dBu, 36 dBu, and 41 dBu as set forth in 47 CFR 73.622(e), respectively for low-VHF, high-VHF and UHF, at 50 percent of locations and 90 percent of the time. The family of FCC propagation curves for predicting field strength at 50 percent of locations 90 percent of the time is found by the formula F(50, 90) = F(50, 50)−[F(50, 10)−F(50, 50)]. That is, the F(50, 90) value is lower than F(50, 50) by the same amount that F(50, 10) exceeds F(50, 50). At UHF, the precise value 41 dBu was applied for channel 38; and the value used for other UHF channels is 41 dBu plus a dipole factor modification. This results in reception on channel 14 needing 2.3 dB less, and channel 69 needing 2.3 dB more, than the 41 dBu for channel 38. The dipole factor modification used in ERP calculations is equal to 20 times log10 of the ratio of the center frequency of the UHF channel of interest to the center frequency of channel 38.

In general, these computations of a station's DTV power on a new channel to match the distance to its noise-limited contour result in ERP values, which vary with azimuth. For example, the azimuthal ERP pattern that replicates for a UHF channel, the noise-limited contour of an omnidirectional VHF operation will be somewhat different because terrain has a different effect on propagation in the two bands. Thus, the procedure described here effectively derives a new directional antenna pattern wherever necessary for a precise match according to FCC curves.

Finally, the ERP specified for a station's new UHF DTV channel was limited so that it does not exceed 1 megawatt. This was done by scaling the azimuthal power pattern rather than by truncation. For example, if replication by FCC curves as described above requires an ERP of 1.2 megawatts, the power pattern is reduced by a factor of 1.2 in all directions. The azimuthal pattern is used in subsequent service and interference calculations for the station.

Antenna Height: The height of the station's transmitting antenna above average terrain, that is, antenna height above average terrain (antenna HAAT). In general, the antenna HAAT value shown for each station is the same as that specified for the station in the channel election process. This value represents the height of the radiation center of the station whose service area is being replicated, above terrain averaged from 3.2 to 16.1 kilometers (2 to 10 miles) from the station's transmitter site, over 8 evenly spaced radials. In computations of service coverage and interference, the value of antenna HAAT was determined every 5 degrees directly from the terrain elevation data, and by linear interpolation for compass directions in between.

Antenna ID: A six digit number that identifies the radiation pattern for the station's transmitting antenna that is stored in the Commission's Consolidated Database System (CDBS). In cases where a station's proposed post-transition channel is the same as its currently assigned DTV channel, the station's antenna pattern is the same as its certified facilities antenna. In other cases, such as where a station chose its analog channel or a different channel, or where the Commission's staff selected a “best available” channel for the station's post-transition operation, the antenna pattern for the station was developed by our computer software to allow the station to replicate the coverage area reached by operation at its certified facilities on its proposed channel (i.e., the station's TCD from the channel election process); or the station has indicated that it would use a particular antenna for its post-transition operation in the channel election process, the station's antenna pattern is the same as specified in Schedule B of FCC Forms 383 and 385. These antenna patterns are used in the calculation of service area and interference. The CDBS can be accessed on the Internet at http://www.fcc.gov/​mb/​cdbs.html.

Transmitter Latitude: The geographic latitude coordinates of the station's transmitter location.

Transmitter Longitude: The geographic longitude coordinates of the station's transmitter location.

Service Area, Service Population, and Percent Interference Received: Under the heading “DIGITAL TELEVISION SERVICE AFTER THE TRANSITION,” prospective conditions are evaluated in terms of both area and population. The values tabulated under this heading are net values: service area is the area where the desired signal is above the DTV noise threshold, less the area where service receives predicted interference from other DTV stations. Similarly, the number of people served is the population receiving an adequate signal relative to noise excluding people in areas with predicted interference. The level of interference received to a station's service is calculated based on desired-to-undesired (D/U) ratios, and these levels must be above certain threshold values for acceptable service. The percent interference received value is the percentage of the station's otherwise noise-limited service area that is affected by predicted interference from other DTV stations. The threshold values used to prepare the interference estimates in this appendix are those set forth in 47 CFR 73.623(c). The procedure used to identify areas of service and interference is that specified in OET Bulletin No. 69. See OET Bulletin No. 69, Longley-Rice Methodology for Evaluating TV Coverage and Interference, February 6, 2004 (“OET Bulletin No. 69”), available at http://www.fcc.gov/​Bureaus/​Engineering_​Technology/​Documents/​bulletins/​oet69/​oet69.pdf.

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