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 Why isn't there a channel 1?

Answer From 1945 to 1948 TV stations in the U.S. shared Channel 1 with fixed and mobile services. In 1948 the FCC decided television needed it's own dedicated unshared bandwidth base on there new knowled... Read More »
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