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FCC Denies Good Faith Petition
The FCC has denied a petition for reconsideration filed by broadcast stations charged with violating its good faith standards by refusing to negotiate retransmission consent with DirecTV.
Broadcasters Fight Back Against Good Faith Forfeitures
The broadcast stations charged with violating the FCC’s good faith standards by refusing to negotiate retrans consent with DirecTV are fighting back against the Commission’s decision one more time.
FCC Stands By Good Faith Forfeiture Numbers
The FCC reaffirmed its decision to impose a per-station penalty of $512,228 against 17 of the 18 broadcast stations that violated the Commission’s good faith standards by refusing to negotiate retrans consent with DirecTV.
Broadcasters Want Retrans Penalty Nixed or Slashed by Millions
The broadcasters involved in the FCC’s first ever forfeiture order over failure to negotiate retransmission consent in good faith aren’t giving up the fight.
FCC Proposes Station Forfeitures Over Failure to Negotiate in Good Faith
The FCC voted to deny an appeal of its determination that a number of station groups failed to negotiate retransmission consent in good faith and has proposed a forfeiture of over $512K against each station.