Under state and federal laws, district and city officials may negotiate certain matters in the agreement, including program categories; public channels of access, education and government (PEG); after-sales service standards; and franchise fees, among others. Local governments that allow cable TV franchises may require cable operators to provide public, educational or public channels (PEGs). The channels are as follows: survey data is used during franchise negotiations with Comcast to better serve subscribers. In accordance with existing franchise agreements, local franchises or cable operators may adopt their own non-content-based rules for the use of PEG channels. For example, rules for the allocation of time among competing candidates may be adopted on an appropriate basis, minimum production standards may be imposed, or users may be invited to attend training. . . .