FCC Enforcement Monitor — cramming scheme results in $1.6m fine; violation of retransmission consent rules; and more
By Scott R Flick and Carly A Deckelboim
Pillsbury has released the July 2014 issue of its FCC Enforcement Monitor.
- Multi-year cramming scheme results in $1.6m (£940,000) fine
- Violation of retransmission consent rules leads to $2.25m fine
- $25,000 fine for failure to respond to FCC
Click on the link below to read the Pillsbury briefing.
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