NRBTV Urges FCC to Create Pathway for NCE Programming on Cable

April 4, 2016

Christian television channel NRBTV recently filed comments with the FCC, requesting that the Commission take the steps needed to provide a pathway for independent non-commercial educational (NCE) channels to be carried on cable systems.

In its comments, NRBTV noted that its programming is unavailable to the cable industry's 53 million video subscribers due to "numerous and pernicious" obstacles erected by those who control the access to the cable systems.

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