Cable in Seattle: Know Your Rights As a Building Owner

In your own your home, cable is relatively straightforward. But issues can become unclear when interacting with tenants.  It can be time confusing and complicated if you manage or own buildings where service is consistently transferred between tenants or switched on and off at the end of a lease agreement.

Ken Fellman

Nationally recognized cable and telecommunications expert Ken Fellman is coming back for another seminar to inform you about new language in Seattle’s Cable Code that relates to service for multiple dwelling unit buildings and help answer questions like:

– What happens when your current cable contract expires?
– How are service contracts and right-of-entry agreements different?
– Do you have to sign a long-term cable service agreement?
– Can you negotiate with the cable operator?
– Who really owns the cable wiring in your building?

This seminar, sponsored by the City of Seattle Office of Cable Communications, is this Monday, April 27, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. More details:

Monday, April 27, 2015
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Seattle Pacific University
Otto Miller Hall, Room 109
3469 Third Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119

To register for this free seminar, email your name, contact information and neighborhood(s) of your building(s) to alice.lawson@seattle.gov or via our on-line comment form www.seattle.gov/cable/comments