FCC: Carriage-Complaint Process Needs Change

Eggerton, John
May 2011
Multichannel News;5/30/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 22, p2
The article focuses on the process of granting interim carriage in the judgment of cable-network program-carriage complaints in the U.S. Federal Communications Commissions (FCC). It states that FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has approved the proposed changes to the program-carriage complaint process and denied the program-access complaint by Wealth TV. It says that Genachowski approved an order to speed up complaint process and discourage complaints that are unlikely to prevail.


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