Democrats Push FCC's Wheeler on Public File Access Pledge
May 2, 2016
A quartet of powerful House Democrats has asked FCC chairman Tom Wheeler to act on a pledge they say he made to their caucus recently and make TV station public inspection files—and cable, satellite and radio files when the requirement kicks in for them—machine readable so they can be more easily searched and inspected.
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