The Word From The FCC: Comcast Claim Dismissed


In October 2017, the FCC’s Media Bureau ruled that Comcast did not discriminate “by reducing distribution” of a religious broadcast network targeting African American consumers “without a valid business justification.”

The decision also determined that Comcast negotiated carriage agreements without violating financial interest provisions of the Commission’s rules.

On Wednesday, the Media Bureau spoke up again on a complaint against the communications giant from this multicultural media player. Again, its effort was thwarted by the Commission.

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