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I. INTRODUCTION
II. THE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF RETRANSMISSION CONSENT
A. Before Retransmission Consent: The Pre-Cable Act Era
B. The 1992 Cable Act
C. Retransmission Consent in Practice
III. THE ECONOMICS OF RETRANSMISSION CONSENT NEGOTIATIONS
1. The Market for Video Programming is Highly Competitive
2. Concentration in the National MVPD Market Has Increased
3. MVPD Concentration in Individual Local Markets Has Increased
B. Cable Operators Have Significant Advantages in Bi-Lateral Negotiations
IV. RETRANSMISSION CONSENT, PROGRAMMING COSTS AND RETAIL PRICES
V. NEGOTIATING IMPASSES ARE RARE, AND HAVE A NEGLIGIBLE IMPACT ON CONSUMERS
VI. CONCLUSION
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