FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011 Page: 5,165
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Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
April 7, 2011
Via First-Class Mail and E-Mail
Michael H. Hammer, Esquire
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
1875 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Re: Applications of Comcast Corporation, General Electric Company and NBC Universal,
Inc. for Consent to Assign Licenses or Transfer Control of Licensees, MB Docket No.
10-56; Request for Enhanced Confidential Treatment, dated April 5, 2011.
Dear Mr. Hammer:
By your letter of April 5, 2011, pursuant to the terms of the Second Protective Order for
Compliance,' you request enhanced confidential treatment for the current Limited Liability Agreement of
Hulu LLC (the "Hulu LLC Agreement") that your client intends to file. Subject to the limitations set
forth below, we grant the request.
You generally represent that the information contained in the Hulu LLC Agreement is
commercially sensitive and that competitive harm would result from its public disclosure. You further
assert that the Hulu LLC Agreement falls within the category of information to which the Commission
has already afforded Highly Confidential treatment in the Second Protective Order for Compliance. 2
You represent that the Hulu LLC Agreement contains highly sensitive information about the inner
workings of Hulu's management and that access to this information would give competitors of Hulu, as
well as competitors of Comcast and NBCUniversal, and other parties with whom Hulu, Comcast, and
NBCUniversal do business, an unfair advantage in the marketplace.
As we stated in the Second Protective Order for Compliance, consistent with past practice, the
Commission will in this proceeding grant more limited access to those materials which, if released to
competitors, would allow those competitors to gain a significant advantage in the marketplace. We will
permit persons submitting such documents and information to designate those materials as Highly
Confidential and, as specified in the Second Protective Order for Compliance, we will limit access to
such materials to Outside Counsel of Record, their employees, and Outside Consultants and experts
whom they retain to assist them in this proceeding. We find that such materials are necessary to verify, in
In the Matter of Applications of Comcast Corporation, General Electric Company and NBC Universal, Inc. for
Consent to Assign Licenses or Tranfer Control of Licensees, Second Protective Order for Complianmce, MB Docket
No. 10-56, DA 11-341, 3 (MB i'el. Feb. 22, 2011) ("Second Protective Order for Compliance ").
2 Second Protective Order for Compliance 6.
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