Monday, August 29, 2005

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FCC Chief May Force Cable TV Competition

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One little-noticed provision of the 1992 Cable Act could give the Federal Communications Commission the power to compel cities to let the regional Bells compete head-on with cable TV operators. And to do so quickly -- no foot-dragging allowed. At least that's what FCC Chairman Kevin Martin thinks, and, if he's right, he may try to use that authority to widen broadband's reach across the United States.
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