By Cablefax Staff | June 21, 2013 |
As the FCC contemplates the collection of regulatory fees for FY13 and beyond, there is a push by some for a level playing field. Independent operator group ACA sums it up as having all the beneficiaries of the FCC’s Media Bureau’s activities paying their fair share. Read on for the association’s argument for requiring IPTV operators to pay the same fees as cable ops as well as responses from DISH and DirecTV.
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