FCC gives online video a thorough rundown in competition report

Every year the FCC is supposed to assess the level of competition in the video industry, and recently it has begun accounting for online video distribution in that assessment as well. This week, it published its 15th Video Competition Report. A significant portion of the document discusses the state of online video distribution and offers a snapshot of a changing industry. For anyone curious about how the federal government views the online video industry, the roughly 90 pages of the report devoted to online video distributors, or OVDs as the FCC calls them, make for informative if not lively reading. Read more

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