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FCC Disallows Coordinated Retrans Among Top TV Stations

March 31, 2014

The FCC voted unanimously to prevent coordinated retransmission consent negotiations by two or more of the top four TV stations in a market. It did so by making such coordinated retrans among those stations a violation of the requirement that broadcasters negotiate in good faith.

 


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