Cable Opposes FCC Online Video Proposal

October 28, 2014

Major cable companies are getting worried they could face stiffer competition from online video, thanks to a new government proposal. The FCC is working on a plan to give online TV services all of the same regulatory perks that cable companies get. Putting online companies on equal footing with cable providers like Comcast could usher in a new wave of competition in the TV industry — potentially meaning more choices and lower prices for consumers.

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