FCC’s Martin Takes Last Shots at Cable

Jan 20, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Kevin Martin is ending his term as FCC chairman by proposing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines against cable operators including Comcast and Time Warner for failing to provide the commission with sufficient information for investigations into issues such as the rates they charge, TelevisionWeek reports. Nine of 13 cable companies “did not provide the Commission with all of the information we requested,” Martin wrote in a letter to the Senate. Meanwhile, Martin on Sunday opened a new probe into Comcast’s management of its broadband network, Multichannel News reports.
—Aimee Picchi

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