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Texas City Argues Netflix, Hulu Owe ‘Franchise Payments’ for Providing Streaming Services Statewide [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on October 7, 2021

City of New Boston, Texas v. Netflix, Inc. et al.

Filed: August 11, 2020 § 5:20-cv-00135

A class action claims Netflix and Hulu owe franchise payments to Texas municipalities for using broadband wireline facilities located wholly or partly in public rights-of-way.

Defendant(s)

Netflix, Inc. Hulu, LLC

State(s)

Texas

Case Updates

October 7, 2021 – Netflix, Hulu Franchise Fees Class Action Dismissed

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