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The status of competition in the multichannel video programming distribution marketplace

United States

The status of competition in the multichannel video programming distribution marketplace

Hearing before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the ... Congress, first session, December 4, 2001

by United States

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Number of Pages119
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Open LibraryOL10113833M
ISBN 100160668867
ISBN 109780160668869

Key Findings of the Report on Video Competition: Industry Growth: In the Report, we examine the status of competition in markets for the delivery of video programming, discuss changes that have occurred in the competitive environment over the last year, and describe barriers to competition that continue to exist. Overall, the report.   (1) assess the state of competition in the communications marketplace, including competition to deliver voice, video, audio, and data services among providers of telecommunications, providers of commercial mobile service (as defined in section ), multichannel video programming distributors (as defined in section ), broadcast stations.

in the multichannel video programming distribution (MVPD) market. This is sometimes just called the distribution market. As in many media markets, the video programming industry earns most of its revenue from one of two sources: monthly fees charged by cable sys-tems to consumers for access to programming and advertising fees charged. apparent to American consumers: cable firms continue to dominate the MVPD marketplace. In its Competition Report, the FCC stated that filocal markets for the delivery of video programming generally remain highly concentrated and are still characterized by some barriers to both entry and expansion by competing distributors.fl 4.

Video Programming: Sixth Annual Report, 15 FCC Rcd. , 16 () (“We recognize that the terrestrial distribution of programming, including in particular regional sports programming, could eventually have a substantial impact on the ability of alternative MVPDs to compete in the video marketplace. After consideration of these items, the Commission will hold an en banc presentation on the status of competition in the marketplace for multichannel video services. Additional information concerning this meeting may be obtained from Maureen Peratino or David Fiske, Office of Public Affairs, telephone number ()


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Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet.]. Get this from a library. The status of competition in the multichannel video programming distribution marketplace: hearing before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, December 4, [United States.

Congress. Assessment of the Status of Competition in the Market for the Delivery of Video Programming), CS Docket No. find that cable television continues to be the primary delivery technology for the distribution of multichannel video programming and continues to occupy a dominant position in the MVPD marketplace.

A total of million. The FCC released its ninth annual report to Congress on the status of competition in the market for the delivery of video programming. The amended Communications Act of requires the Commission to report annually to Congress on the status of competition in the market for the delivery of video : Tvtechnology.

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Promoting Innovation and Competition in the) MB Docket No. Provision of Multichannel Video Programming) Distribution Services) COMMENTS OF NATIONAL CABLE & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION Rick Chessen Michael S.

Schooler Diane B. Burstein National Cable & Telecommunications Association 25 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. – Suite in multichannel video programming distribution, increasing the availability of satellite delivered programming, and spurring the development of communications technologies.3 To measure progress 1Annual Assessment for the Status of Competition in the Market for the Delivery of Video Programming, MB.

Annual Assessment of the Status of Competition in the Market for the Delivery of Video Programming and report on the state of competition in the video marketplace in multichannel video programming distribution (MVPD) began in with the introduction of direct broadcast satellite (DBS) video services.

Nineteenth Report on the Status of Competition in the Market for the Delivery of Video Programming (19thReport).

We seek to update the information and metrics provided in the Eighteenth Report (18th Report)1 in order to report on the state of competition in the video marketplace in Using the.

Key Findings of the Report on Video Competition: Industry Growth: In the Report, the FCC examines the status of competition in the market for the delivery of video programming, discuss changes that have occurred in the competitive environment over the last year, and describe barriers to competition that continue to l, the Commission finds that competitive alternatives and.

December 4, Multi-Channel Video Programming Distribution. Witnesses testified about the status of competition in the multi-channel video programming distribution marketplace. 2 See Promoting Innovation and Competition in the Provision of Multichannel Video Programming Distribution Services, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 29 FCC Rcd78 ().

3 See Public Notice, “Media Bureau Seeks Comment on the Status of Competition in the Market. 22 Consolidated Application at ; Hearing on the Status ofCompetition in the Multi- Channel Video Programming Distribution Marketplace Before the US. House Subcommittee on Telecommunicarions and the Internet, Ih Cong., at 6 (Dec.

4,) (statement of Charles 5. In DecemberRep. Steve Scalise, Louisiana Republican, introduced the "Next Generation Television Marketplace Act" to deregulate the nation's decades-old, bucketful of rusty regulations that. The status of competition in the multichannel video programming distribution marketplace: hearing before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, December 4, (Washington: U.S.

G.P.O. Multi-Channel Video Programming Distribution Witnesses testified about the status of competition in the multi-channel video programming distribution marketplace. Aug. The Division reviews license transfers that implicate significant policy issues.

The Division collects, compiles, analyzes, and develops reports on relevant industry and market data and information, including preparing the annual report to Congress on the status of competition in the market for the delivery of video programming. Twenty-seven years later, competition in the video distribution marketplace is thriving, yet these rules still exist, forcing multi-channel video programming distributors (MVPD’s) to continually negotiate with broadcasters for permission to provide content to their customers.

An over-the-top (OTT) media service is a streaming media service offered directly to viewers via the bypasses cable, broadcast, and satellite television platforms, the companies that traditionally act as a controller or distributor of such content.

It has also been used to describe no-carrier cellphones, where all communications are charged as data, avoiding monopolistic. Creating entertainment has been Walt Disney's niche since the s; however, it now faces ever-increasing competition from rivals.

Federal Communications Commission, “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: In the Matter of Promoting Innovation and Competition in the Provision of Multichannel Video Programming Distribution Services.implement the model in a way that promotes competition for multichannel video navigation devices, yet ensures the security of multichannel video programming and permits continued innovation in the development and distribution of that programming.

Section directs the Commission to "adopt regulations to assure" that MVPD customers can.programming on multicast streams and mobile TV, local broadcast stations are increasing the quantity, quality and diversity of their services. Television broadcasting also remains an unconcentrated and competitive sector of the video marketplace, particularly as compared to multichannel video programming distributors (“MVPDs”).