Advancing the DTV Transition: An Examination of the FCC Media Bureau Proposal : Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, Second Session, June 2, 2004

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Página 25 - National Association of Broadcasters, DTV Stations in Operation, (last checked Feb. 19, 2004). '"See Mark R. Fratrik, Ph.D, Reaching the Audience: An Analysis of Digital Broadcast Power and Coverage (BIA Financial Network, Oct. 17, 2003) (prepared for the Association for Maximum Service Television, Inc.) ("MSTV Study"). "See ("FCC statistics"). Even as to smaller stations in these markets and stations...
Página 27 - ... 1991), or any successor regulations thereto. (4) SIGNAL QUALITY. — (A) NONDEGRADATION; TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. — The signals of local commercial television stations that a cable operator carries shall be carried without material degradation. The Commission shall adopt carriage standards to ensure that, to the extent technically feasible, the quality of signal processing and carriage provided by a cable system for the carriage of local commercial television stations will be no less than...
Página 2 - Mr. Markey. Mr. MARKEY. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, very much, and I want to thank you for your timely calling of this hearing.
Página 32 - It represents cable operators serving more than 90% of the nation's approximately 70 million cable television households and more than 200 cable program networks, as well as equipment suppliers and providers of other services to the cable industry. Thank you for providing me with the opportunity to testify this morning.
Página 43 - And that's what it has become. I urge you to take those claims, revisit them and to pass HR 107. Thank you for your time. [The prepared statement of Gary J. Shapiro follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF GARY J. SHAPIRO, CHAIRMAN, THE HOME RECORDING RIGHTS COALITION Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee: On behalf of the Home Recording Rights Coalition (HRRC), I thank you for inviting me to discuss HR 107, the "Digital Media Consumers
Página 25 - ... affiliated stations are on-air — 72 with full-power licensed digital facilities and five with STAs. Two other stations in that group have been stymied in their roll-out, but are reporting regularly to the Commission about their progress in overcoming the obstacles. Thus, virtually all ABC/CBS/Fox/NBC affiliates in the top 30 markets, representing 53.5% of all US households, are on-air with DTV — 110 stations with full power licensed digital facilities and seven with...
Página 25 - More than 70 million households receive six or more DTV signals; 49 million households receive nine or more DTV signals; and a full 30 million households receive 12 or more DTV...
Página 25 - ... and a full 30 million households receive 12 or more DTV signals. More digital stations are resolving their obstacles and going on the air almost daily. The digital transition is working and moving ahead quickly, and the claims of the satellite industry to the contrary are empty rhetoric, not fact. In the top ten markets, covering 30% of US households, all top four network affiliates are on-air — 38 with licensed full-power digital facilities and two New York city stations with Special Temporary...
Página 9 - I look forward to working with you and all of the Members of the Subcommittee, and I thank you for the time.

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