Broadcasters Might See Win in Spending Bill, Boozman Says

May 23, 2016

Boozman, chairman of the Appropriations financial services subcommittee, said he is working with other members of the panel to address industry dissatisfaction with recent developments affecting joint sales agreements—for advertising—between broadcast stations in the same market. He said language clarifying congressional intent on the matter could make its way into the annual Financial Services spending bill that might be unveiled in June.

Read more at: http://www.bna.com/broadcasters-win-spending-n57982072817/


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