STELAR Becomes Law
December 17, 2014
Though not a big surprise, the President has signed the new STELAR satellite compulsory license bill, making it the official law of the land for another five years. STELAR renews the license, makes some retrans regime changes, mandates a review of the FCC's definition of good faith bargaining, and sunsets the ban on integrated set-tops.
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