FCC Asked to Cut Leased-Access Rate

Hearn, Ted
October 2007
Multichannel News;10/29/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 43, p44
The article reports on the proposal of leased-access payment formula in the U.S. According to Kevin Martin, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the policy is designed to reduce the rates that the third-party programmers would pay the lease channel capacity from the cable system operators. Moreover, the highest implicit fee is applied to set the FCC rates.


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