The Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Competition Council’s decision prohibiting a TV Broadcaster’s business terms regarding the distribution of two TV channels (Viasat)

Denmark: The Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Danish Competition Council's decision prohibiting Viasat's Business Terms regarding the Distribution of TV 3 and TV 3+ On 8 June 2010, the Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) upheld the Danish Competition Council's (DCC) decision of 30 September 2009 in which the DCC had held that Viasat must change its distribution terms [1]. As a consequence, cable television associations and other distributors in the cable network may now

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European Competition Network Brief, The Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Competition Council’s decision prohibiting a TV Broadcaster’s business terms regarding the distribution of two TV channels (Viasat), 8 June 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin Media, Art. N° 33498

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