Pai Tells Congress: New Media Rules Now In Use

June 1, 2018

Federal Communications Commission chief Ajit Pai has rejected a request from Capitol Hill that he not implement several media ownership rule changes adopted in Nov. 2017. Among the revisions approved by the Commission last fall was the elimination of the newspaper-broadcast and radio-television cross-ownership rules.

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