Verizon Gets a Pass, Many Cablers Don't

Spangler, Todd
July 2007
Multichannel News;7/9/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 27, p3
The article discusses the approval of Verizon Communication Inc., American broadband and telecommunications company, by the Federal Communications Commission(FCC) regarding its rulings on Set-Top Box Waivers in U.S. until December 31, 2009. The agency has granted the waiver for low-end set-tops with embedded security of Verizon promising to make transition on 2009 while denying requests to other networks. The FCC has assured exciting and innovative features in the new set boxes. INSET: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down.


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