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Broadcasters Defeat STELA Retrans Threat

March 6, 2014

Republican lawmakers reportedly agreed to delete a provision in the draft satellite bill that would have freed cable TV operators from their current legal obligation to carry retransmission consent stations on the basic tier.

 


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