December 17, 2013
The Video CHOICE Act and Next Generation Television Marketplace Act, which seek to re-write/modernize much of the 1934 Communications Act and bring an end to channels going dark over retransmission contract disputes between broadcasters and MVPD providers, has gotten some pushback from the NAB and National Religious Broadcasters (NRB).
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