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The FCC's Vote On Open Set-Top Boxes Pits Cable, Tech And Media Industries Against One Another

This ruling is intended to force cable, satellite and telco TV providers to stop making subscribers pay them an average of $231 per year in fees for STB rental, and instead offer them a choice of receiving devices.
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