FCC Media Bureau Seeks Comments on TiVo's HD Set-Top Waiver
DVR maker wants clarification on FCC rule requiring cable boxes to comply with 'open industry standard' for home networking
By Todd Spangler, Multichannel News -- Broadcasting & Cable, 8/17/2012 2:15:35 PM
According to the FCC, the rule is designed to make sure consumers can connect consumer-electronics devices they own to set-top boxes leased from MSOs for whole-home viewing and recording.
But TiVo isn't sure what the commission means by "an open industry standard" in the rule.
The DVR maker noted in its July 25 waiver request that the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) standards-development consortium has "made important strides, in its published standards and specification references, toward some common understanding of what will constitute 'an open industry standard'" that fulfills the regulatory requirement.
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