FCC Rejects Petition to Investigate Airing of Trump Virus Statements
April 6, 2020
The FCC--in this case comprising the chairman, the general counsel and the Media Bureau chief-has flatly, and strongly, rejected a petition by Free Press seeking a government investigation into broadcasters who aired statements by the President during coronavirus briefings and "related commentary," arguing that the investigation would itself curtail a free press.
You can see Chairman Pai's tweet here and his statement here
Read more at: https://www.multichannel.com/news/fcc-rejects-petition-to-investigate-airing-of-trump-virus-statements
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