Court gives DISH a victory on FCC TV standards

01/15/2013 | Reuters

A U.S. Court of Appeals has agreed with DISH Network that the Federal Communications Commission lacked the authority to impose standards backed by cable companies that would let multichannel TV customers view their services without the need of set-top boxes. DISH had argued that guidelines the agency issued on programming encryption would have discouraged studios from making pay-per-view deals.

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