FCC To Tackle Two Noncom Priorities in April
April 4, 2017
The move was applauded by the National Religious Broadcasters organization. “Educating listeners and viewers about critical society needs is most definitely in the public interest,” said Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, NRB president and CEO, who called the move “nonpartisan, commonsense regulatory reform.”
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