Not Standing – Court Vacates Part of FCC Program Carriage Order
By| September 5, 2013
The standstill victory in Time Warner Cable and NCTA’s challenge of FCC program carriage rules may not be the biggest news. That provision was vacated to the FCC, with the agency able to try to re-establish it if it so chooses. Perhaps more interesting in Wed’s long-awaited opinion from the 2nd Circuit might be its statement about the Cable Act. Read on for more details and the industry’s response to the ruling.
More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:
The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit on Wed denied Tennis Channel’s petition for a rehearing in the case involving its carriage complaint against Comcast.
Cox Comm is purchasing EasyTEL Comm, a provider of voice, data and video services to commercial customers in Tulsa.
Google said in a blog post it will light up 44 more fiberhoods across both KS and MO this fall.