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Definition

The Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992 (also known as the 1992 Cable Act) is a US federal law containing complex, interrelated provisions that revise rules concerning cable television, broadcast television, satellite television and new television technologies. The Federal Communications Commission is required to prescribe regulations and resolve disputes.[1] The full text of the law can be found at https://transition.fcc.gov/Bureaus/OSEC/library/legislative_histories/1439.pdf.

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References

  1. ^ American Marketing Association. Dictionary. <https://www.ama.org/resources/Pages/Dictionary.aspx> (cited 12 May 2015).

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