Cable Service

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The Michigan Public Service Commission's (MPSC) role in handling video/cable television complaints
On December 21, 2006, Governor Granholm signed legislation to promote competition for video services in the state of Michigan. Public Act 480 of 2006, or as it is more commonly known, the “Uniform Video Services Local Franchise Act” charges the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) with implementing the Act. The MPSC now has the responsibility to handle cable inquiries and complaints. 

Are you having a problem with your video/cable  television provider? 
If you are experiencing problems with your provider, you should first contact your provider and attempt to resolve your dispute with them.  

Not satisfied? File a Video/Cable complaint with MPSC.  

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