Bipartisan Bill Would End Retrans, Copyright Licenses

July 29, 2019

Reps. Eshoo, Scalise renew efforts to revamp TV carriage regime

Veteran teammates in an effort to reform the retransmission consent system have introduced new legislation that would repeal retransmission consent--though not must-carry--and compulsory copyright licenses, including the satellite license.

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