FCC Chairman Favors More Rights For Online Video Distributors

May 7, 2015

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said on Wednesday that he is in favor of giving online video distributors some of the same rights as cable and satellite providers.

Speaking at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's Internet & Television Expo in Chicago, Wheeler said the FCC has “work to do” to clear obstacles to competition. Among other moves, he said the agency will consider whether to redefine the term "multichannel video program distributor."

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