EU wants to know if US studios' TV deals restrict pan-European viewing

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Many European TV aficionados tend to be very familiar with US content exclusives; you may not http://female-agent.smutdetective.com/ watch which hit American movie unless you're with the proper provider.However, the particular European Commission can end up being involved in which these deals go 1 step as well far.It's now investigating if several exclusives violate antitrust rules by simply preventing access beyond a new single EU country, successfully carving up the actual continent's TV industry along national borders.Would-be viewers beyond the carrier's residence industry shouldn't need to suffer, the EU argues.There's simply no deadline for that investigation, there are no warranties that will it's heading to result in motion against broadcasters.However, the particular move will be still great news pertaining to Europeans who would like much more selection as to how (and when) that they watch US shows.


EU wants to know if US studios' TV deals restrict pan-European viewing
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