The FCC has now published the official agenda for the Nov. 4 meeting. The agenda has not varied from the tentative agenda released 3 weeks ago.
For white spaces, and the other items on the agenda, the focus of lobbying is now (of necessity) the Congress and in the popular press. Members of Congress can still write to put pressure on FCC Commissioners, and FCC Commissioners and staff can actively solicit information. But no new presentations can be made or evidence placed in the record.
Items can still be pulled. Or they can be voted on before the meeting — especially if they are non-controversial.
I will do a more full analysis of the agenda a bit later, God willing and there is time.
Stay tuned . . . .