The FCC is expected to tackle quality and technical compliance of closed captioning at its Feb 20 open meeting as it works to ensure that video programming is fully accessible to individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. That sounds like something everyone would support—and they do—but, as often is the case, the devil is in the details. Here’s how the FCC, NCTA and NAB plan to work together on the issue, plus suggestions from Comcast.

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The battle continues, with retrans reformers outlining to the FCC their latest push for changes to retrans rules. Meanwhile, broadcasters are forming their own coalition: TVfreedom.org.
 
Net neutrality backers won’t give up without a fight, following a court ruling that struck down key parts of the FCC’s Open Internet rules.
 
No surprise that with Henry Waxman’s (D-CA) plan to retire at the end of this Congress, fellow CA Dem Anna Eshoo is seeking the top slot for her party on the House Commerce cmte.

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