Small Cable Sees D.C. Gains

Eggerton, John
April 2010
Multichannel News;4/26/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p18
The article reports on the likeliness of the fortunes of small and midsized independent cable operators to look up in Washington D. C. particularly at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The concerns of the American Cable Association (ACA) were factored by the commission that include permission to deploy integrated high-definition set-tops into the national broadband plan. The FCC is being pushed by the ACA to open a retrans rulemaking.


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