4/21/2017
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The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday voted on a proposal that would make it easier to deploy next-gen TV networks. The proposal, which is being praised by groups including the NCTA: The Internet & Television Association and the American Cable Association, would ease some of the IP transition regulations, and it questions whether the FCC should be able to pre-empt local laws that are barriers to deployment.

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