retransmission love

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The transmission of something again, especially over a different medium or at a different time

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of retransmitting; a repeated or returned transmission.

Etymologies

re- +‎ transmission (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • It argues that any legal questions about its authority to intervene in retransmission disputes is overshadowed by its role to protect consumers who are losing access to television programming during contract spats.

    Fox wins on fees dispute, but Cablevision succeeds in one goal: getting lawmakers to notice

  • The FCC doesn't have the legal authority to directly intervene in retransmission fees negotiations but Commissioner Michael Copps and public interest groups argue that the agency can intervene if it is clear that both sides aren't conducting their talks in good faith and hurting consumers in the process.

    FCC tells Fox-Cablevision to prove fair, honest negotiations

  • It's one of many disputes across the country between cable and satellite companies and local stations over what are known as retransmission fees.

    The Seattle Times

  • Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) and Univision today announced a comprehensive program carriage agreement under which Time Warner Cable has secured long term retransmission consent for carriage of Univision's owned and operated broadcast stations and distribution rights for the cable network, Galavisin, and the network feeds for Univision and TeleFutura.

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  • Disney and others have been battling with pay-television operators to win monthly subscription fees, known as retransmission fees, similar to those paid to cable networks.

    Disney Near Signing Paul Lee for ABC Post

  • The dispute is just the latest in a long line of public standoffs between broadcast station owners seeking higher programming fees, known as retransmission consent, and cable and satellite companies struggling to control rising costs.

    Sinclair, Time Warner Cable Trade Barbs Over Fees

  • Their dispute is the latest in a long line of public standoffs between broadcast station owners seeking higher programming fees, known as retransmission consent, and cab le and satellite companies struggling to control rising costs.

    Time Warner Cable to Drop Sinclair Stations

  • The math here is a bit complex as NBC has significant investments in local TV stations, and NBC and the NBC affiliates make significant revenues paid in by cable called retransmission fees.

    Oprah, Yankees Get It. Leno, Not So Much - Steve Rosenbaum - MediaBizBloggers

  • CBS has recently completed so-called retransmission consent deals with 25 smaller cable, telecom and satellite providers, and the company remains in talks with other major players, like Comcast Corp.

    Time Warner Cable Agrees to Pay CBS More

  • Sinclair has since signed deals with other operators, and estimated it took in $72 million in so-called retransmission revenue in 2008.

    Local TV Stations Face a Fuzzy Future

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