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390, 393 (1968) (holding that MVPD retransmissions of broadcast
Cable Act of 1992: Congress Establishes Retransmission Consent
How Broadcasters 'Earn" Their Retransmission Consent Rights
If Retransmission Consent Isn't Broken, Why Fix It?
her disappointment with the TWC-CBS retransmission dispute.
Yamakita, On the stability of slotted aloha systems with exponential backoff and retransmission cutoff in slow-frequency-hopping channels, Proc.
Congress Could Reconcile the Retransmission Consent
business model, which depends in large part on retransmission fees,
individualized form of retransmission made its performances private, not
that Aereo's retransmission was not a public performance, based on
A minimum level of bandwidth, or quality of service, can be guaranteed for every user, so that aborted downloads and retransmissions are greatly reduced.
By preventing queues from forming in the first place, the system overcomes the shortcomings of queuing-based schemes, which induce packet loss and retransmission in an attempt to provide quality of service.