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FCC to delay vote on new set-top box rules

The Federal Communications Commission will delay a vote on new set-top box rules that would force cable companies to make their channels available as a free app, replacing the cable box. It is unclear when the agency expects to reschedule the vote. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
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