Further details filtering out of the league meetings fleshed out the allocation plan. Oakland was to select one player from each team per round. Teams would provide the first lists of protected and available players to Oakland by March 12 and the team would have ten days to make each round’s selections.
The league also announced they would observe a 75-mile blackout radius for the television broadcast of teams playing at home. The AFL had not yet completed a television pact, but were in negotiations, and planned a single league-wide contract. Revenue from the contract would be shared equally among the teams. This was in contrast to the NFL, whose teams negotiated individual contracts in each market.