Supreme Court Pole-Rate Decision Favors Cable

01/17/2002 | Mediaweek · Broadcasting & Cable · Washington Post, The · Multichannel News

The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday ruled the FCC can regulate the fees cable operators pay to string lines to utility poles. The decision is a boon for cable companies, because most are adding or have added high-speed data services. The justices overturned a lower court decision holding federal regulations on pole rates didn't apply to broadband.

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