Free Airtime For Politicians Proposal Revived In Congress
July 9, 2018
Broadcasters may not be thrilled with the requirement that federal candidates pay lowest unit rate during election season in spite of what the laws of supply and demand dictate. But it’s accepted as part of a stations’ public responsibility. But giving free airtime to federal candidates could be a tougher sell. For the moment it’s unlikely to happen during the 2018 campaign season.
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