Retrans Fight Intensified as Broadcasters Go on Offensive with Keepmytv.org

Aug 17, 2010  •  Post A Comment

 The fight over retransmission consent rules just stepped up as the National Association of Broadcasters has started a site called Keepmytv.org that seeks to persuade consumers of the benefits of keeping the current rules, reports Mediaweek.com.

The site spells out consumer options if pay-TV providers no longer carry a broadcast channel, and promotes the importance of broadcast TV as a way of tapping into local news and emergency information, as well as TV’s highest-rated programs, the story says. Pay-TV providers are pressing Congress and the Federal Communications Commission to alter the rules.


  1. I really like the colors here on your blog. did you design this yourself or did you outsource it to a professional?

  2. What happen to freedom.ifI we take everything that is free and want to market it for Capitol gain. We are crippling our own society. What have we really gained in the end.

  3. We must keep free markets.and free tv. This is as bad as obamacare which is destroying the free market
    in this country. and lowering the quality of what americans recieve. FREE MARKETS FOREVER!

  4. Ever since AT&T joined DirecTV there has been problems. I pay every month for the channels you have disturbed. If they take away CBS it is over for me and I will cancel DirecTV with a new provider. I am a senior widow and the programs are major on this channels. Stop messing with DirecTV PLEASE.

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