Non-premium subscription television

Non-premium subscription television shall mean a service, or schedule or group of programs (which may be offered for sale together with other services, or schedule or group of programs), for which subscribers are charged a subscription fee for the reception or viewing of the programming contained therein, other than pay television, subscription-on-demand and unencrypted broadcast television. By way of example, basic cable service and extended basic cable service (other than unencrypted broadcast television) are non-premium subscription television.


47 CFR § 76.1902

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