The FCC could soon give more power to cable companies

August 13, 2015

Americans are sick and tired of rising cable bills and channel blackouts. So federal regulators are moving to intervene — by exploring a change to the nation's TV rules.

In particular, the Federal Communications Commission is beginning to take a closer look at one source of the problem: the relationship between cable companies and providers of over-the-air broadcast television.

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