Entries Matching: Video Marketplace

FCC Proposes Eliminating Mandatory Cable Reporting, Allowing for Greater Industry Abuse of Consumers

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Today, the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that proposes eliminating the mandatory reporting form (“Form 325”) the FCC uses to track cable prices and subscriber information. The FCC is required by law to report annually to Congress on both cable pricing and competition in the cable industry.

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Public Knowledge Urges FCC to Protect Public Interest in Video Programming Market Competition Filing

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Yesterday, Public Knowledge filed comments in the Federal Communications Commission’s recent inquiry addressing the state of competition in the market for the delivery of video programming. The agency is seeking input on the state of competition in the video marketplace -- an effort that can provide a foundation for future agency policymaking.

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Washington Center for Equitable Growth Launches Antitrust Paper on Digital Communications

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Today, the Washington Center for Equitable Growth launched a new antitrust paper, “A Communications Oligopoly on Steroids: Why antitrust enforcement and regulatory oversight in digital communications matter,” by Public Knowledge President and CEO, Gene Kimmelman, and Consumer Federation of America’s research director, Mark Cooper.

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Public Knowledge Responds to FCC Revision of Charter Merger Conditions

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Today, reports indicate that the Federal Communications Commission voted to change a merger requirement that Charter Communications bring broadband competition to a million new households. The agency originally applied this requirement to Charter during the 2016 merger approval process for Charter, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.

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