The Federal Communications Commission, in a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released this month, requested public input about whether it should classify certain Internet-based video programmers as “multichannel video...more
Cutting of the Cable Bundle, NOT the Cord—Welcome to “The Great Unbundling” -
2014 is a transformative year for the media business. We will look back several years from now and fully realize this.
The FCC’s equal employment opportunity (“EEO”) rules for multi-channel video program distributors (“MVPD”) require MVPD employment units with six or more full-time employees to file an Annual EEO Program Report, FCC Form...more
The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) equal employment opportunity (EEO) rules for multi-channel video program distributors (MVPD) require MVPD employment units with six or more full-time employees to file an Annual...more
The time is drawing near for the next phase of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements implementing the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) for closed-captioning video programing...more
On Jan. 15, 2013, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit decided that the FCC lacked the statutory authority to adopt its 2003 encoding rules, which limit the output and copy restrictions that can be applied...more
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