House Panel OKs STELA Bill With JSA Relief
May 8, 2014
Under the compromise provision included in the satellite bill today, broadcasters with JSAs who apply for a waiver from the FCC will, assuming the measure is eventually signed into law, be able to keep their sharing agreements intact for 18 months after the agency ultimately rejects a waiver, or Dec. 31, 2016, whichever is later.
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