CRB Seeks Comment In ‘Distant Retrans’ MVPD Royalty Settlement

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From the 1970s through the start of the 1990s, radio broadcast stations from a “distant” locale could be received via cable television systems. It’s how Ulster County, N.Y. FM radio listeners were able to receive New York City-based stations some 90 miles north of the Empire State Building.


It seems that distant retransmission of radio broadcast signals by cable TV systems is still a thing, and the Copyright Royalty Board is seeking comment on a proposed royalty rates and terms settlement that also covers the distant retransmission of broadcast TV signals.

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