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New web site seeks Copyright Board approval to launch iCraveTV-like service

News | 09/14/2000 4:00 am EDT

A new Internet TV signal retransmitter is poised to start distributing over-the-air broadcast signals, but first, it wants the Copyright Board to set an interim tariff for its content. JumpTV, which has a web site under construction at www.jumptv.com, is trying to avoid the copyright clash that plagued iCraveTV (CCR, Dec. 22/99).

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