LPTVLow Power Television
LPTVLinear Periodically Time Varying
LPTVLarge Payload Test Vehicle
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(NYSE: HCHC) has agreed to acquire all assets of Texas, US-based low-power television station (LPTV) owner Mako Communications, LLC and certain of its affiliates, the company said.
The network, a venture aimed at black viewers that has withered under financial strain for the past few years, failed to pay KM LPTV for air time, the complaint says.
While this plan is likely to present myriad technical and economic challenges for broadcasters generally, (9) LPTV stations are in a position of unique vulnerability arising from their secondary status to full-power counterparts.
Based on the derived transfer functions with the tail capacitance [C.sub.p], the frequency-dependent noise characteristic in the mixer, is systematically analyzed using LPTV theory throughout this section.
"The public safety community fully understands the position of the LPTV broadcasters.
A displacement applicant was required to file Schedule C (Schedule for a Construction Permit for a LPTV or TV Translator Broadcast Station) of FCC Form 2100 (Application for Media Bureau Video Service Authorization).
The company currently owns and operates 52 LPTV stations in more than 40 US cities.
(9.) See Brief for Respondents, supra note 2, at 11 (citing Dismissal of LPTV Licensee Certificates of Eligibility for Class A Television Status, Public Notice, 15 FCC Rcd 9761, 9762 (2000)).
In the Illinois lawsuit, KM LPTV of Chicago-13 LLC, the licensee of WOCK-CD, claims that Soul of the South still owes $1.89 million on a programming contract.
California City, CA, March 21, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The TVS Television Network, the fourth oldest commercial network in the USA, will package it's classic television library to LPTV stations and Broadcast TV carriers on a full time basis beginning June 1.
Last week a number of Senators wrote to Chairman Hundt to raise the issue of the potential impact of the FCC's rule-making proceeding with respect to low power television (LPTV) and translator stations.