|19||The 10th Annual Independent Show|
|3||Quarterly Telecommunications Reporting Worksheet - Form 499A|
|31||Copyright Statement of Accounts|
|1||Local Telephone Competition and Broadband Reporting - Form 477|
|30||Annual EEO Report - Form 396-C|
"Fischer Broadcasting, owner of ABC affiliate KOMO in Seattle, pulled its signal three days ago from Click! Cable TV, which serves about 20,000 customers in Tacoma, Wash. Margaretville Telephone Co., a cable TV provider based in Margaretville, N.Y., lost access to both the ABC and NBC affiliates owned by Nexstar Broadcasting in the Binghamton, N.Y., market.
"These latest blackouts follow the mid-December incident in which American Spirit Media pulled Fox affiliate WUPW from Buckeye CableSystem in Toledo, Oh., after the station demanded a big fee increase despite poor ratings during most of the station's daytime and primetime programming periods.
"Last year, Congress launched a review of the 1992 Cable Act, focusing on the consumer harms caused by outdated retransmission consent policies that produced a record number of TV signal blackouts in 2012. We urge Congress to maintain the momentum and create a new law that will provide cable operators with more choice and consumers with appropriate protections from price-gouging media giants."
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