MVPDs: AllVid Is Technological Mandate

December 15, 2015

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association, in tandem with AT&T-DirecTV, which together represent cable, telco TV and satellite video providers, have told the FCC that adopting an AllVid proposal for video navigation, as Public Knowledge and others have pushed, would be a technological mandate that required new technology that would ultimately be paid for by customers.


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