Section 76.1708, Principal Headend; Sections 76.1709 and 76.1620, Availability of Signals; Section 76.56, Signal Carriage Obligations; Section 76.1614, Identification of Must-Carry Signals

OMB 3060-0548

OMB 3060-0548

On November 16, 2018, the Commission adopted a Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in MB Docket Nos. 17-317 and 17-105, FCC 18-166, In the Matter of Electronic Delivery of MVPD Communications; Modernization of Media Regulation Initiative. The Report and Order modernized the Commission’s rules regarding certain information that cable operators currently are required to provide to their subscribers on paper. The Report and Order permits these notices, including the information operators must provide pursuant to 47 CFR Section 76.1614, to instead be provided electronically via verified e-mail, so long as the cable operator complies with certain consumer safeguards. Specifically, the item permits certain written responses by the cable operator to be delivered by e-mail if the consumer used e-mail to make the request or complaint directly to the cable operator, or if the consumer specifies e-mail as the preferred delivery method in the request or complaint. On January 31, 2017, the Commission adopted a Report and Order (Public Inspection File R&O) in MB Docket No. 16-161, FCC 17-3, In the Matter of Revisions to Public Inspection File Requirements – Broadcaster Correspondence File and Cable Principal Headend Location which eliminated the requirement in former 47 CFR Section 76.1708 that cable operators maintain for public inspection the designation and location of the cable system’s principal headend. The Public Inspection File R&O removed and reserved 47 CFR. Section 76.1708. This supporting statement is being revised to reflect the removal of 47 CFR Section 76.1708 made in the Public Inspection File R&O.

The latest form for Section 76.1708, Principal Headend; Sections 76.1709 and 76.1620, Availability of Signals; Section 76.56, Signal Carriage Obligations; Section 76.1614, Identification of Must-Carry Signals expires 2023-04-30 and can be found here.

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