LIMA — WTLW TV-44, a Lima-based Christian TV station, will be compensated $7.7 million to change broadcast frequencies as a result of the recent FCC spectrum auction. The FCC was commissioned by Congress to repurpose broadcast spectrum for mobile phone use. The frequency change will be made in about 18 months, with the station still being identified as channel 44 on television sets.

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    LIMA — WTLW TV-44, a Lima-based Christian TV station, will be compensated $7.7 million to change broadcast frequencies as a result of the recent FCC spectrum auction ... the station will launch a supporting foundation with the $6 million in net proceeds.
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