A New FCC Rule Might Change How You Watch TV

The Federal Communications Commission passed a little-publicized order last month that changes how cable television providers can deliver basic broadcast channels. This rule change has far-reaching implications for those who legally grab their basic broadcast channels for free from cable, but don’t buy a cable subscription. It also affects television streaming device set-top box makers, like Boxee and Roku. The rule will change the methods that we use to watch basic channels, and it will likely kick-start further streaming set-top box development and adoption.

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A New FCC Rule Might Change How You Watch TV

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