Cable companies have been caught red-handed by state regulators in their attempts to block the expansion of online video services.
But the companies have also made the rounds of lawmakers and media outlets trying to explain their decisions.
A few major providers, including Comcast, have taken steps to soften the blow, saying they have not received any requests to block access to certain video content.
And cable companies are also facing a host of regulatory pressure from federal regulators and state regulators.
Here are some of the key points from this week’s filings with the FCC.