What to know about the new TV rules in 2017
The new TV industry rules for 2017 are being announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, and they’re likely to be even more controversial than they are at this point in 2016.
They’re set to come into effect on March 15, and the new rules include several new changes, including: You’re not allowed to use live TV or cable to transmit content.
Live TV is currently permitted to be used in certain situations like sporting events, concerts, and live events that are broadcast on a network, but it’s not allowed for broadcast or cable TV.
Cable TV providers have been using live broadcasts of sports to make money for years, but this rule means they can’t broadcast live events like concerts.
If you want to broadcast a sporting event or concert on cable, you’re now limited to live broadcasts, not broadcasts.
That means your live TV will not be broadcast to people outside of your area.
You’re allowed to stream sports online for up to 30 days a year, but you’ll have to pay for it.
If your subscription includes live sports, you can stream those games for up and over 24 hours.
But if you pay $5 per month, you’ll only be able to stream live sports for up 10 days a month.
Live sports are now banned from being used to advertise or promote companies that provide TV programming, like Amazon, Netflix, and HBO Go.
You can still stream a sporting game for up two hours on a TV, but the time is limited.
Sports that are only available on a cable provider’s network will not have a live sports section on the channel.
There’s also a new rule that prohibits streaming sports to anyone outside of the US and Canada.
Live video of sports games in the US is still permitted to have an American version.
That could mean that you can watch games in Canada on your phone, tablet, or computer.
There are also changes to how online broadcasts of live sports are being handled.
Live streams will be subject to a fee.
If a provider’s live broadcast service costs more than the network’s cable subscription fee, they’ll lose their spot.
They’ll also lose the ability to reach viewers in other countries.
There’ll be a cap on the number of simultaneous streams per month.
There will also be a new TV “lock-in” period for streaming content that has a subscription price of $40 per month or more.
That will only apply to broadcast, cable, and satellite TV.
Streaming is now allowed on cable and satellite providers’ networks, but that will still require them to provide a subscription for it to work.
Live streaming is still allowed on many of the cable TV networks’ apps.
They won’t be able add streaming content to the apps that people can watch on a phone, but they’ll be able take a look at that content and make sure it’s ad-free.
But that means apps like Amazon Prime Video, HBO Go, and Netflix are still going to be able only to offer live streaming of sports.
There may be a change to how TV shows and movies are licensed.
TV shows like The Walking Dead, Mad Men, The Flash, and other TV shows that have been licensed for broadcast, will now have a TV rights holder, which means they’re licensed for the content they air on their shows, not those of other shows that they license.
They will still be able sell licensing rights to the show to other companies, though.
And new rules for movies, including a ban on movies with nudity and violence, mean there’ll be limits on what can be shown on TV.
There was some controversy over this rule last year when Netflix started to show films with violence in them.
Netflix has since said it’s going to let viewers know when it’s showing nudity and when it isn’t.
The rules for broadcast TV are likely to come up for a vote in the U.S. Senate.
But it won’t come up until the House and Senate pass their own versions of the TV rules.