(2) the term “person in the television industry” means a television network, any entity which produces programming (including theatrical
motion pictures) for telecasting or telecasts programming, the National Cable Television
Association, the Association of Independent Television Stations, Incorporated, the
National Association of Broadcasters, the Motion Picture Association of America, the
Community Antenna Television Association, and each of the networks' affiliate organizations,
and shall include any individual acting on behalf of such person; and
(3) the term “telecast” means--
(A) to broadcast by a television broadcast station; or
(B) to transmit by a cable television system or a satellite television distribution service.
The antitrust laws shall not apply to any joint discussion, consideration, review,
action, or agreement by or among persons in the television industry for the purpose
of, and limited to, developing and disseminating voluntary guidelines designed to
alleviate the negative impact of violence in telecast material.
(1) The exemption provided in subsection (c) of this section shall not apply to any joint
discussion, consideration, review, action, or agreement which results in a boycott
of any person.
(2) The exemption provided in subsection (c) of this section shall apply only to any
joint discussion, consideration, review, action, or agreement engaged in only during
the 3-year period beginning on December 1, 1990.
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