CWA Calls on Congress to Renew STELAR

October 21, 2019

The Communications Workers of America has told Congress it should renew the STELAR law that gives satellite carriers, like DirecTV and Dish, a compulsory license to deliver network affiliated TV stations into distant markets without negotiating for the carriage rights individually.

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