April 2, 2007
FCC Sells Off Remainder of Useful Frequencies

In a move apparently motivated mostly by spite, the FCC today transferred title to every frequency that could conceivably be used by the film and television industry. “We don’t really care what they do with it,“ explains FCC Bureau Chief Simon Creel, “as long as they cram every wavelength of it full of signal. Heck, I sold all of Block 21 to a newsboy with a pirate radio station for a quarter. Basically, we just really, really don’t want sound mixers to have it.”

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