Senate Dems Seek Delay of Broadcast Ownership Vote

November 9, 2017

They want Pai to seek more comment on the proposed changes, which are coming in response to petitions to reconsider the FCC's decision, under former chairman Tom Wheeler, not to loosen or excise any of the relevant regs, which include the newspaper-broadcast crossownership rule, the TV-radio crossownership rule, the duopoly restrictions.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/washington/senate-dems-seek-delay-broadcast-ownership-vote/169969



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