STELAR gets through the House


U.S. CongressThe five year extension of rules pertaining to satellite television services heads for the Senate. Among its provisions is the continued ability to import distant television signals to poorly-served locales and a ban on joint retrans negotiations by non-co-owned broadcast stations.

Further, the FCC is also supposed to define what good faith means in terms of a retransmission consent negotiation.

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