NAB Wants Price Regulations for Local Signals

Hearn, Ted
July 2000
Multichannel News;07/24/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 30, p54
Reports that broadcasters would like United States federal regulators to set the retail price of local television signals provided by direct-broadcast satellite (DBS) carriers in order to prevent DBS firm from discriminating against television stations that elect must-carry. Concern of the National Association of Broadcasters over the carry one, carry all formulation.


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