WSJ — FCC to Consider Reallocating Airwaves for Mobile Broadband

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski said Wednesday that he sees a crisis coming in the availability of airwaves needed for mobile Internet use and laid out his objectives to head it off.

Among Mr. Genachowski’s goals are to free up more spectrum for advanced mobile broadband; clear obstacles to installing those networks, including a “shot clock” proposal to speed up the often controversial siting of cellphone towers; and ensure that the Internet remains an open technology.

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