Re: Give it all to us ..
Well, yes, in the short term, you have a point.
But all the services you refer to are just data, is the bottom line. So in the long term, it's *way* more efficient to dedicate as much frequency space as possible to providing data services, and then sending the audio/visual stuff as data. One data connection can cover all the FM radio, TV channels, point-to-point voice, and other services that you want.
Sure, the transition needs handling carefully. But to hold up the whole thing because of some notion that a handful of 50-year-old TV sets must have suitable free-to-air transmissions is not a good reason to not do it.