When broadcasters abuse their market power to demand exorbitant retransmission consent fees from small and medium-sized cable operators, consumers always pay the price.
Forcing cable operators to carry channels that their subscribers don’t want or watch is unreasonable, but for smaller operators it is untenable.
Digital must-carry requirements would place significant financial and capacity burdens on systems serving small and rural markets.
|19||The 10th Annual Independent Show|
|3||Quarterly Telecommunications Reporting Worksheet - Form 499A|
|31||Copyright Statement of Accounts|
|1||Local Telephone Competition and Broadband Reporting - Form 477|
|30||Annual EEO Report - Form 396-C|
|22||ACA Commends FCC For Ensuring DBS Regulatory Fees Will Support Media Bureau|
|21||ACA Congratulates FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel On Her Renomination By President Obama|
|13||ACA Urges D.C. Circuit To Stay FCC's Title II Mandates|
|1||ACA, NCTA Petition FCC To Stay Its Decision To Impose Utility Style Regulation On Broadband Internet Services|
|29||ACA Urges FCC To Retain Small System HD Exemption For Broadcast Stations|
|15||D.C. Circuit Non-Binding Statement of Issues to be Raised in ACA's Petition for Review re: FCC's Open Internet Order|
|13||D.C. Circuit Motion (w/ USTelecom, NCTA, CTIA, AT&T, CenturyLink, & WISPA) for Stay or Expedition re: FCC's Open Internet Order|
|13||FCC Ex Parte (w/ NAB) re Extending the HD Carriage Exemption|
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