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Cable Center Looks to Make Impact on Industry’s Future

The Cable Center is a rich, depository of cable history, to be sure. But the Center has also quietly led an industrywide charge to improve the customer experience for more than a decade through the James M. Cox Endowed Professorship in customer experience, the work of the Center’s Senior Fellows and the work of Cable Center Customer Centric Consortium (C5).

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Univision Calls For FTC, FCC Involvement in DISH Battle

The battle between Univision and DISH rages on, and the former is calling on the FCC and FTC to get involved.

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Pai Headed to Panhandle Following Hurricane Michael

FCC chmn Ajit Pai will head to the panhandle Friday to see the damage caused by Hurricane Michael firsthand and assess how much remains to be done to restore service.

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Date Set For AT&T-Time Warner Oral Arguments

The DC Circuit Court of Appeals has set Dec 6 as the date for oral arguments in the DOJ’s challenge of the AT&T and Time Warner merger.

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Effros: On The Rights Side

Steve Effros offers his take on the adoption of extensive statutory regulatory reform of cable television in the early 1990’s.

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Will Remote DVR Return After Comcast’s Latest Patent Win Over TiVo?

Comcast tallied up another win in the patent scorebook against TiVo as the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruled that Rovi’s patent No 8,578,413 is invalid.

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Pai Slams Wireless After Hurricane

While FCC chmn Pai is overall pleased with service restoration after Michael, there remains much to be done in the areas where the hurricane made landfall.

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ACA Fights For Restrictions On Fox RSN Sales

When it comes to the 22 Fox RSNs that Disney has agreed to divest for DOJ approval of its $71.3bln purchase of 21st Century Fox entertainment assets, ACA wants to make sure they don’t go to a Big 4 TV station or an MVPD within the same local market as the RSN.
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