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ACA Asks FCC To Prohibit Some Affiliation Switch, Multicast Moves

August 7, 2014

The American Cable Association wants the FCC to prevent stations from swapping affiliations in a market so that one station owner programs two of the Top Four networks and to disallow a Top Four network-programmed station in a market from carrying a second Top Four net on a multicast stream.

 



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