MPAA joins Comcast and AT&T in lauding FCC’s set-top vote delay 

The Motion Picture Association of America, one of the programming industry’s most powerful lobbying groups, joined pay-TV operators Comcast and AT&T in lauding the FCC’s decision to delay the Thursday vote on its revised set-top regulation order. “The MPAA is pleased that the FCC is taking more time, and we hope they use it to ensure any set-top box proposal remains consistent with copyright policy and avoids harming creators,” the group said in a statement.

Source: MPAA joins Comcast and AT&T in lauding FCC’s set-top vote delay | FierceCable

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