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Officials with Dish Network said days after the suit was filed that the pay TV company had appropriate rights to continue retransmitting KEZI and sister station KRDV in Medford after the contract expired on Aug.
In the 1976 Copyright Act, Congress gave governmental entities and non-profit organizations a critical role to play in retransmitting network broadcasting to the public.
A key advantage is the ability to re-create traffic patterns by encoding captured traffic and retransmitting it through the Ixia ports to drill down into the source of the problem.
OTCBB: XDSL), the leading designer of broadcast digital television and high-speed data solutions for the telecommunications industry, announced that joint venture partner mPhaseTelevision has signed an affiliate agreement with Discovery Networks for the purpose of retransmitting their content via copper telephone wires using DSL technology, and more specifically, utilizing the mPhase Traverser(TM) Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS).
As changes to the data occur at the source and potentially across the network the SpiritARCHITECTURE, including SpiritCACHE, updates the local cached copy with any changes, rather than retransmitting all data.
OTCBB: XDSL), the leading designer of broadcast digital television and high-speed data solutions for the telecommunications industry, announced that it has signed affiliate agreements with additional television programmers for the purpose of retransmitting their content via copper telephone wires using DSL technology, and more specifically, utilizing the mPhase Traverser(TM) Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS).
Entertainment and Great American Country, for the purpose of retransmitting their content via copper telephone wires using DSL, utilizing the Traverser(TM) DVDDS.
Entertainment, The MTV Network and the Fox family of channels, among others, for the purpose of retransmitting their content via copper telephone wires using DSL technology, and more specifically, utilizing the mPhase Traverser(TM) DVDDS.