This classification applies to Federal Communications Commission licensed companies that provide cable or satellite television services on a fee basis. This classification also applies to Internet Service Providers that provide internet connectivity using cable or satellite infrastructure.
Federal Communications Commission licensed companies engaged in the provision of telephone services or internet connectivity using telecommunications infrastructure shall be classified as 7600, Telecommunications Companies.
The contract installation, service or repair of satellite or non-satellite antennas and antenna equipment for television and internet connectivity shall be classified as 9531(2), Satellite Television or Internet Antenna Equipment Installation, Service or Repair.
The contract installation, service or repair of cable television equipment for television or internet connectivity that does not include antennas shall be classified as 9516, Television, Video, Audio or Radio Equipment Installation, Service or Repair.
The contract installation of aerial lines for telephone, television, communication, data, fire alarm and similar low voltage or fiber optic networks shall be classified as 7601, Aerial Line Construction.
The contract installation of low voltage communications cabling within buildings for voice or data transmission and the contract splicing of fiber optic cables at ground level shall be classified as 5195, Communications Cabling.
The contract installation of cables underground, including trenching and placing of conduit, shall be classified as 6325, Conduit Construction.
The operation of television studios shall be separately classified as 7610, Radio, Television or Commercial Broadcasting Stations.
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