Specter Introduces Bill to Allow Super Bowl Viewing in Churches

Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) Feb. 4 introduced a bill (S. 2591) that would allow churches to show professional football game broadcasts such as the Super Bowl to their parishioners without infringing the National Football League’s copyrights. The broadcasts would be permitted so long as the church does not charge a fee, and the broadcast is live.

Quoting from BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Law Daily – available through the Library’s online databases.

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