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Cable television franchise provisions for schools

National Education Association of the United States. Instruction and Professional Development.

Cable television franchise provisions for schools

[a guide for local teacher associations

by National Education Association of the United States. Instruction and Professional Development.

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Published by NEA in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cable television -- United States -- Citizen participation.,
  • Municipal franchises -- United States.,
  • Television in education.

  • Edition Notes

    Appendices (p. [23-32]): FCC report and order on cable television service (excerpts).--FCC reconsideration of report and order (excerpts).--FCC news release no. 87959: Franchise provisions at variance with FCC cable television rules.

    Statementprepared by the Cable and Satellite Team, Instruction and Professional Development, National Education Association]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21995785M

    MUNICIPAL RIPOFF: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE FEES AND ACCESS SUPPORT PAYMENTS. David J. Saylor * I. AN INTRODUCTORY PARADE OF HORRIBLES. Imagine the outcry if the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that henceforth all television and radio licenses would be auc-. Programming added by the Grantee, and is made available to all Cable Services Subscribers in the Franchise Area. “Broadcast Channel” means local commercial television stations, qualified low power stations and qualified local noncommercial educational television stations, as referenced under 47 USC § .

    CABLE COMPANY: AOL TIME WARNER CABLE COMPANY: AT&T LOS ANGELES COUNTY CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE REVENUES AND FEES BY CABLE COMPANY JANUARY -DECEMBER 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 1,4 1,4 1,4,5 $ Baldwin Hills, East Cem ton, Harbor, Lakewood, South Central Los An eles CABLE COMPANY: CAPP'S TV ELECTRONICS CABLE COMPAMY: CHARTER Kinneloa La File Size: KB. comcast cable cable television franchise ordinance no. _____ an ordinance renewing the grant of a franchise to comcast of washington iv, inc. to operate and maintain a cable system in the city of bellingham; setting forth conditions accompanying the grant of franchise; providing for city regulation and.

    WHEREAS, Pursuant to the D.C. Cable Television Refonn Act of (D.C. Law ; D.C. Official Code§ et seq.), the District, acting through the Council (as defined in Section I hereof), has the power to grant and renew franchises for Cable Services (as defined inFile Size: 1MB. 2. “Cable television system” or “system” means that portion of any security for the faithful performance by it of all the provisions of the franchise, and compliance with all orders, permits and directions of any agency of the City CHAPTER CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE.


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Cable television franchise provisions for schools by National Education Association of the United States. Instruction and Professional Development. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cable television franchise agreement an agreement grating a frachise to frontiervision operating partnrs, l.p. d/b/a adelphia cable commcations (the graee) to construct, operate, an maintain a cable system in the town of plymouth, new hampshir (the grator): setting forth conditions accompang the gra of the frachise.

In the United States cable television industry, a cable television franchise fee is an annual fee charged by a local government to a private cable television company as compensation for using public property it owns as right-of-way for its cable.

In the US, cable television services are provided by private for-profit companies, cable television providers, which sign a franchise agreement with. (n) Construction of Franchise Agreement. The provisions of this Franchise Agreement shall be liberally construed in favor of the Municipality in order to promote the public interest.

In the event of a clear conflict between the Cable Ordinance and this Agreement, the Ordinance shall prevail. The Cable Communications Policy Act of (codified at 47 U.S.C.

5, subch. V–A) was an act of Congress passed on Octo to promote competition and deregulate the cable television industry.

The act established a national policy for the regulation of cable television communications by federal, state, and local amended: Communications Act of Cable Television Franchise Title 6 Chapter 8 Page 4 (e) Both the City and Grantee shall comply with all the provisions of Section of the Cable Communications Policy Act of regarding renewal procedures.

(f) In the event that the Act changes, the City shall conduct renewal procedures in accordance with then applicable law. CABLE FRANCHISE RENEWAL A Primer on Federal Law and Key Franchise Issues NATOA Annual Conference New Orleans, LA September 27 - 29, Brian T.

Grogan Moss & Barnett Wells Fargo Center Cable television franchise provisions for schools book South Seventh Street Minneapolis, MN (phone)/ (fax) [email protected] A Grantee may, without additional approval by Township, transfer or assign a Franchise to an entity controlled and at least 50% owned by Grantee or Grantee's parent, where the new entity: assumes all of Grantee's obligations and liabilities under the Franchise, agrees to comply with all provisions of a Franchise and Cable Ordinance and becomes.

The Cable Television Franchise Agreement between the City and CAP Cable LLC dba USA Communications, a copy of which is available for review in the office of the City Clerk, shall be nonexclusive and subject to all prior rights, interests, easements or licenses granted by the City or its predecessors to any person to use any property, right-of.

Franchise fees are governed by Section of the Federal Cable Act. Under Sectionmunicipalities are entitled to a maximum of 5% of gross revenues derived from the operation of the cable system for the provision of cable services.

The 5% limitation pertains to any twelve month period applicable under the franchise agreement for accounting purposes. CenturyLink Cable Cable Television Franchise “Applicable Law” means any federal, or local statute, State law, regulation, or other final legal authority governing any of the matters addressed in this Franchise.

“Basic or Basic Service” means a service tier includethat s, at a minimum, all signals of domestic television.

Cable TelevisionCable Television Franchise RenewedOn August 9,the Columbia Heights City Council adopted Ordinancewhich renewed the cable television franchise for a term of five years and altered certain franchise requirements.

Summary of Franchise Renewal Terms OrdinanceCable Television Franchise Ordinance Access ChannelsGovernment Access Channel 16Channel A nonexclusive franchise to construct, operate and maintain a cable television system within all or any portion of the City may be granted by the Council to any person, firm or corporation who or which offers to furnish and provide such system under and pursuant to the terms and provisions of et seq of the Carson Municipal Code.

A streamlined cable television franchise process would also allow cable operators to offer their services to consumers much faster. The debate over cable television franchises arose because, thanks to technology, new entrants to the cable television market are currently able to provide cable television services within months not years.

franchising authority to authorize a franchise for cable television and provides the procedures and standards by which the franchising authority can grant or deny a new franchise or renew an existing franchise. The Cable Act also governs the types of requirements a File Size: KB.

Dr. Book – author of the book “Digital Television: DTV and the Consumer” – is frequently asked by cities, the cable industry and the Federal Communications Commission to make comment and presentations on the status of local cable franchising, and she has served as a data-collection consultant for municipalities across the country.

California Cable Laws. The holder of a state franchise shall comply with provisions of Section of the Penal Code and the privacy standards contained in Section of the federal Cable Act (47 U.S.C.

Sec. seq.). Any cable television franchise or license awarded by a city or county or city and county pursuant to this. Page 1 CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM FRANCHISE AGREEMENT This Cable Television System Franchise Agreement ("Agreement") is entered into in Vancouver, Washington, this day of,by and between the CLARK COUNTY, WASHINGTON ("Grantor" or " County"), and COMCAST OF WASHINGTON V, LLC ("Grantee").

WHEREAS, the Grantor is authorized to grant one or more. During the term of the franchise, the Grantee shall furnish reasonable, adequate and efficient cable television service to subscriber terminals. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS. The Grantee shall produce a picture in black and white or in color that is of high quality accompanied by proper sound on typical standard television sets in good repair.

CHAPTER CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE Purpose Service Rules Definitions Subscriber Rates Term of Franchise Disconnections and Service Terminations Compliance With Applicable Law Public Service Installation Grant of Franchise Emergency Use of Facilities.

3 Cable operators are also subject to federal regulations. These include the Cable Communications Policy Act ofwhich established guidelines for ownership, channel usage, franchise provisions and renewals, subscriber rates and privacy, obscenity, unauthorized reception of services, and boundaries for federal, state, and local Size: KB.

ORDINANCE NO. 20 (I) CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: The purpose of the Saginaw Chippewa Cable Television Ordinance is to empower the Tribal Council to grant a non-exclusive franchise for the establishment and operation thereof. BE IT ENACTED, by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council as follows: SECTION 1.

Short Title.grant a non-exclusive franchise to cable television providers to use its public way. Other operational conditions as a condition of the franchise are also permitted including a compensation of services.

However, the franchise does not supersede state or federal laws .Cable Services Franchise Agreement ([email protected]) dated, between the City of Ashland ([email protected])and Falcon Cable Systems Company II, L.P.

([email protected]). Recitals: A. Grantee is one of the City=s cable television franchisees by virtue of an assignment of the original year cable franchise issued to McCaw Communications in May Size: 5MB.