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AMENDMENT TO H.R. 2223

1. A basic premise of the FCC's restrictions over the

years has been that CATV is somehow engaged in unfair competi

tion because it doesn't pay for the programs it carries. Once

CATV pays copyright for over-the-air signals, this rationale

is destroyed and CATV ought then to get what it pays for.

Thus, the bill should contain language directing the FCC

to eliminate the non-duplication and syndicated exclusivity

rules.

On page 15, line 17, strike out "in" and all that follows down through line 23 and insert in lieu thereof

the following:

where the cable system, at least one month before

the date of the secondary transmission, has not

recorded the notice specified by subsection (d).

(3) A cable system whose secondary transmissions

have been subject to compulsory licensing under

subsection (c) shall not be required to delete

any programming from any signals authorized by

the Federal Communications Commission or lawfully

carried by such system.

AMEXMENT TO H.R. 2223

2. This amendment would make the fee schedule in

#.R.2223 applicable only to revenues in excess of the first

$ 25,000 of quarterly gross.

It is felt that this initial

$25,000 reflects, on an industry-wide bas is, the amount of revenue earned from the carriage of purely local

signals.

On page 16, line 20, strike out "up to $40,000"

and insert in lieu thereof "totalling more than

$25,000 but not more than $ 40,000".

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