Pai Seeks to Abandon Rules on Cable Carriage Advisories to Subscribers
September 10, 2020
The FCC plans to abandon two long-standing cable TV regulations that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai considers outdated, as explained in his monthly blog that was issued Wednesday just before the agenda surfaced for the Sept. 30 Open Meeting.
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