FCC Trumps Hill on Retrans Reform Action
May 14, 2014
The pay TV industry has scored points in its continuing campaign to reform retransmission consent, both on Capitol Hill and at the FCC — but any significant additional reforms this year are more likely to come from the agency than Congress, industry lobbyists say.
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