2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Coalition for Local Television commends the FCC's decision to review the status of Low Power Television Stations (LPTVs) at its upcoming open meeting scheduled for Wednesday, October 15.
What does LPTV stand for?
LPTV stands for Low Power Television
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is a Seattle-based communications company that owns and operates 13 full power television stations (including a 50%-owned television station), eight low power television stations and eight radio stations in the Western United States.
Lawless served as director of Low Power Television of the company from June 1993 until his appointment as president.
Four low power television stations and two television translator stations from Hallmark Cards, Inc.
The company's vision of subscriber base (or "sub base") expansion calls for the establishment or acquisition of existing cable broadcast and/or low power television ("LPTV") stations on which to air the Company's original programming with that of RSN.
Programming is sent via General Electric's Satcom F4 satellite, transponder 10, to cities where the company has low power television (LPTV) stations, sometimes called community television stations.
ABOUT UNIVERSAL BROADCAST NETWORK The company's core business is the development, management and operation of a network of low power television (LPTV) broadcast stations.
Programming is sent via General Electric's SATcom F4 satellite, transponder 10, to cities where the company has low power television (LPTV) stations, sometimes called community television stations.