ACA pres/CEO Matt Polka gave us a rundown before the group’s 20th Anniversary Summit kicking off Tues in DC. He discusses the group’s agenda on the Hill, hot button issues for Congress and the Cablevision-Viacom lawsuit.

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The FCC Media Bureau is staying the “Benchmark Condition” Order it issued in Dec until the Commission can consider a request for review filed by CBS, Viacom, Disney and other content companies. More on the Comcast-NBCU condition here.
 
Following last month’s implementation of the copyright violation early warning system, the Congressional Internet Caucus held a public hearing Fri outlining the process. Here’s what went down.
 
Time Warner Cable reached a $2.2mln settlement with the NY Atty General’s office following a 2-year investigation that alleged the MSO overcharged subs in 10 Upstate towns and villages. Read on to find out how TWC will be affected by the lawsuit.

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