Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005/Division J/Title IX

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Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005
Division J - Other Matters
Title IX - Satellite Home Viewer Extension and Reauthorization Act of 2004

==TITLE IX — SATELLITE HOME VIEWER EXTENSION AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2004==

Section 1. Short Title; Table of Contents.[edit]

(a) Short Titles.—
This title may be cited as the ``Satellite Home Viewer Extension and Reauthorization Act of 2004´´ or the ``W. J. (Billy) Tauzin Satellite Television Act of 2004´´.
(b) Table of Contents.—
The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short Titles; Table of Contents.
TITLE I — STATUTORY LICENSE FOR SATELLITE CARRIERS
Sec. 101. Extension of Authority.
Sec. 102. Reporting of Subscribers; Significantly Viewed and Other Signals; Technical Amendments.
Sec. 103. Statutory License for Satellite Carriers Outside Local Markets.
Sec. 104. Statutory License for Satellite Retransmission of Low Power Television Stations.
Sec. 105. Definitions.
Sec. 106. Effect on Certain Proceedings.
Sec. 107. Statutory License for Satellite Carriers Retransmitting Superstation Signals to Commercial Establishments.
Sec. 108. Expedited Consideration of Voluntary Agreements to Provide Satellite Secondary Transmissions to Local Markets.
Sec. 109. Study.
Sec. 110. Additional Study.
Sec. 111. Special Rules.
Sec. 112. Technical Amendment.
TITLE II — FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION OPERATIONS
Sec. 201. Extension of Retransmission Consent Exemption.
Sec. 202. Cable/Satellite Comparability.
Sec. 203. Carriage of Local Stations on a Single Dish.
Sec. 204. Replacement of Distant Signals with Local Signals.
Sec. 205. Additional Notices to Subscribers, Networks, and Stations Concerning Signal Carriage.
Sec. 206. Privacy Rights of Satellite Subscribers.
Sec. 207. Reciprocal Bargaining Obligations.
Sec. 208. Study of Impact on Cable Television Service.
Sec. 209. Reduction of Required Tests.
Sec. 210. Satellite Carriage of Television Stations in Noncontiguous States.
Sec. 211. Carriage of Television Signals to Certain Subscribers.
Sec. 212. Digital Transition Savings Provision.
Sec. 213. Authorizing Broadcast Service in Unserved Areas of Alaska.