Could Low-Power TV Be the Cure for Spectrum Crunch?

New proposal comes at 11th hour of debate on the Hill

A coalition composed mostly low-power TV stations thinks it has the answer to the nation's growing demand for more wireless spectrum. Instead of the current plan, which would involve auctioning off spectrum voluntarily relinquished by broadcasters, the proposal from the Coalition for Free TV and Broadband calls for Congress to allow broadcasters to use some of their spectrum to offer wireless services.