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On December 21, 2006, Governor Granholm signed legislation to promote competition in providing video service in the state of Michigan. This legislation is known as Public Act 480, or more commonly known as the "Uniform Video Services Local Franchise Act". 2006 PA 480 creates a uniform franchise agreement that is to be used between each franchising entity and video provider in the state of Michigan. The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been the designated agency to implement the Act.

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• MPSC Annual Franchise Entity Survey – 2014 The MPSC has prepared an electronic survey to determine trends and to better understand if municipalities are experiencing positive/negative issues with cable providers, or if municipalities have concerns with Public Act 480 of 2006 (the Act). Please complete the survey by November 26, 2014.

• MPSC issues annual report on Status of Competition for Video Services in Michigan PDF icon Pursuant to Section 12(2) of 2006 PA 480, the MPSC issues its 2013 annual report on the Status of Competition for Video Services in Michigan.






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