Federal Communications Commission Filings
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Fairfax County filed information with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding the price of bundled and stand alone cable services, the benefits of local franchise build-out requirements, the speed with which Fairfax County negotiated its most recent cable franchise, and the amount of locally-produced, foreign language and closed captioned programming being televised on county public, educational, and governmental access channels. The FCC will use this information to provide its 13th annual report to Congress regarding the market for the delivery of video programming.

The full text of this filing is 129 pages and 14,092KB. To facilitate downloading, this document is available with attachments and without attachments. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view these .pdf files.

State of Competition for Video Programming (MB Docket No. 06-189) - Full Text (14,092KB)

State of Competition for Video Programming (MB Docket No. 06-189) - Without Attachments (273KB)

Executive Summary Only (22KB)

For a summary of the filing, county staff has written a Key Points (19KB) document. This document was not part of the FCC filing.


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