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NCTA to NTIA: National Policy Necessary for Consumer Privacy Protection

NCTA joined the chorus of voices responding to the NTIA’s request for input on “Developing the Administration’s Approach to Consumer Privacy.”

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ACA Calls for DOJ Investigation of Comcast-NBCU

ACA stirred the pot Monday morning, calling on the DOJ to open an antitrust investigation into the business practices of Comcast-NBCU.

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TiVo Reports Low Earnings, But High Confidence in Comcast Patent Battle

It wasn’t good news for TiVo in 3Q2018. The company’s revenues dropped 16.8% YoY to $164.7mln, primarily due to the company’s transition away from selling hardware.

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Midterms Bring New Leaders, Big Ratings

Tuesday’s midterms brought the expected flip of the House, with Frank Pallone (D-NJ) poised to become chmn of House Commerce.

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Effros: No Midterm Surprises

Too many folks are still asking questions about the midterm elections and what they might mean. But, I think happily my take is pretty simple; no surprises.

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Media Attorney Frank Lloyd Passes Away

Well-known media attorney Frank Lloyd passed away Oct 31 following a long illness.

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Sinclair Resolves DOJ Pacing Information Investigation

Sinclair said it entered into a consent decree resolving the DOJ investigation into the sharing of pacing information among certain stations in some local markets.

Midterms: Networks Lean In to Get Voters to the Poll

With midterms on Tuesday, many networks and companies have ramped up voting initiatives to get viewers to the polls.
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