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ABC okay with retransmission consent rules

Mon, 11/15/2004 - 7:00pm
Staff

Copyright 2004 Warren Publishing, Inc.

TELEVISION A.M.

November 15, 2004, Monday

From Lexis Nexis

There's no reason to revise retransmission consent rules because cable systems already are allowed to carry ABC affiliates on a standalone basis, Disney said in an ex parte filing at the FCC.

But Disney said an economic study showed a "fair market" value for the TV signals of more than $2 per subscriber per month, which is more than ABC seeks from cable systems.

Disney also said volume discounts are available for small cable operators through the National Cable TV Co-op, and that the popularity of Disney Channel as an expanded basic service, rather than a la carte, shows the benefit of cable packages.

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