ACA to FCC: Preventing Blackouts Is Job One
June 30, 2014
The American Cable Association wants the FCC to act on retrans reforms before most of its smaller cable op members have to start negotiating new three-year retrans deals starting in October of this year. Key to those reforms, says ACA, is allowing cable operators to import out-of-market signals during retrans blackouts.
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