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  1. Cable Taking a Chunk out of the FCC?

    brian on 2007.12.13
    at 01:12 am

    Just as the FCC was getting close to actually regulating the cable industry, comes a cable-industry backed proposal in Congress to continue to duck their regulation. An F-type Connector for Coaxial Cable is used to connect cable networks to televisions.

    There’s currently a rule that says the FCC can regulate the cable industry when cable is available to 70% of U.S. households and 70% of those households that have the opportunity to subscribe, do.

    Well we’re almost there. Unless (surprise!) a Republican from Tennessee has her say about it. Would it surprise you that she’s received a great deal of money from that industry in her career? Me, neither.

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