The Tennis Channel/Comcast match isn’t over yet. As expected, Tennis returned the ball Fri, the deadline to file an appeal, with a petition for rehearing of the DC Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling on FCC’s decision on its spat with Comcast. The net wants the full court to review whether intentional discrimination claims require proof of economic loss due to discrimination. Read on for Tennis’s statement and Comcast’s counter.
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