NAB TV Board Affirms NAB’s OTA TV Commitment


WASHINGTON, D.C. — The NAB Television Board of Directors has adopted a policy statement reaffirming the association’s commitment to “protecting” viewers’ access to live, local broadcast stations and the “vital local journalism and trusted information they freely provide.”

The timing of the statement is curious, and comes nearly 14 weeks after the NAB’s top attorney told the FCC it should scratch a plan requiring MVPDs to tell the Commission when a broadcast signal is “blacked out” for at least 24 hours due to a retransmission consent impasse.

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