Congress Takes Another Stab At Redoing TV’s Retrans Plan


A bill to repeal outdated regulations of the 1992 Cable Act has been reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by two influential leaders in a bipartisan move that could potentially erase current retransmission consent legislation.

The bill would also rewrite the rules on the compulsory copyright license.

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