Video Programming and the Distribution Marketplace: Competition, Developments, and Analyses


Jennifer Mack (Editor)
Carl T. Swanson (Editor)

Series: Media and Communications – Technologies, Policies and Challenges
BISAC: COM071000

Video provided through subscription video services, such as cable and satellite television, is a central source of news and entertainment for the majority of U.S. households. Technological advances have ushered in a wave of new products and services, bringing online distribution of video to consumers. Federal laws and regulations have sought to foster competition in the video programming and distribution marketplace, but many such laws were adopted prior to the emergence of these advances.

This book examines (1) how competition has changed since 2005; (2) the increased choices that consumers have in acquiring video programming and content; and (3) stakeholders’ views on how the government’s regulations, reports, and other activities have kept pace with changes in the industry. (Imprint: Nova)

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Video Marketplace: Competition Is Evolving, and Government Reporting Should Be Reevaluated

Annual Assessment of the Status of Competition in the Market for the Delivery of Video Programming: Fifteenth Report
(Federal Communications Commission)


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