FCC’s Wheeler Says Cable Set-Top Box Proposal May Be Changed

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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, facing criticism from colleagues and lawmakers of both parties, said Thursday he’s open to modifying his proposal to free consumers from needing to rent set-top boxes from their cable TV provider.

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