How the FCC will make sure you have access to all your favourite TV shows and movies online
In the past, we’ve covered how the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been working on how to make sure that consumers have a choice when it comes to accessing all of the shows and films that they want to watch online.
But now that it’s been announced that the FCC is going to be overhauling how the content industry deals with internet providers, it will also be putting a huge spotlight on how much content providers will have to pay to get the content they want.
The Federal Communications Act requires the FCC to update the way that it deals with the content providers that are in the market for spectrum.
And the FCC has been doing that over the past few months by updating how the spectrum is allocated.
While it has been known for years that the commission was going to do this, the commission hasn’t actually actually updated its rules for the spectrum it will be auctioning.
Instead, the rules will simply make sure the commission’s current approach works.
In the end, the FCC’s proposal will not change the rules that the broadcasters have been using for the past 20 years, but it will make it easier for the industry to get access to the content that they are looking for.
If the FCC were to follow the existing rules, broadcasters would have to apply for more spectrum than they currently do, and the new rules would make sure these new applicants get the same allocation as their current competitors.
This is not the end of the FCC.
It is, however, the first time the FCC seems to have been doing this, which could make for some tough decisions in the future.