With the Supreme Court recently opting not to hear Tennis Channel’s review of a DC Circuit decision that found Comcast didn’t discriminate against the network in terms of carriage, could another long-running carriage complaint be nearing an end? Cablevision sure hopes so. It has told the FCC it plans to file a motion shortly to dismiss GSN’s program carriage complaint against. Read on for the arguments from both sides.

More top stories in today’s CableFAX Daily:
Salt Lake City and Denver can kiss Aereo goodbye, at least for now. Here’s the story.
Cable has been advocating for further opening up the 5 GHz band for unlicensed use and FCC Democratic commish Jessica Rosenworcel is on the same page. Her take here.
DirecTV, DISH and NAB react to Rep Greg Walden’s (R-OR) draft STELA reauthorization bill.

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