47 CFR 76.122, Satellite Network Non-duplication Protection Rules; 47 CFR 76.123, Satellite Syndicated Program Exclusivity Rules; 47 CFR 76.124, Requirements for Invocation of Non-....

OMB 3060-0960

OMB 3060-0960

On September 30, 2014, the Commission issued a Report and Order (FCC 14-141) eliminating the sports blackout rules. The elimination of the sports blackout rules became effective as of November 24, 2014. Therefore, the collection associated with this rule is being discontinued. On November 5, 2005, the Commission released a Report and Order adopted the information collections as proposed in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (FCC 05-24). The Commission adopted rules to apply network non-duplication and syndicated exclusivity requirements to satellite carriers (carriage of significantly-viewed signals.) 47 CFR 76.122, 76.123, 76.124 and 76.127 are used to protect exclusive contract rights negotiated between broadcasters, distributors, and rights holders for the transmission of network, syndicated, and sports programming in the broadcasters recognized market areas. Rule changes to §§ 76.122 and 76.123 implement statutory requirements to provide new rights for in-market stations to assert nonduplication and exclusivity rights.

The latest form for 47 CFR 76.122, Satellite Network Non-duplication Protection Rules; 47 CFR 76.123, Satellite Syndicated Program Exclusivity Rules; 47 CFR 76.124, Requirements for Invocation of Non-.... expires 2022-12-31 and can be found here.


© 2021 OMB.report | Privacy Policy