Cable to FCC: Reject New Must-Carry Bids

Hearn, Ted
June 2005
Multichannel News;6/6/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p32
Focuses on a request made by the U.S. cable industry to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission regarding the attempts of broadcasters to gain carriage rights on cable systems as of June 2005. Reason of the cable companies for insisting the dismissal of the attempts of broadcasters; Information on the prior rejections of the expanded-carriage rights on cable systems.


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