Sinclair Agrees to Pay Record $48 Million Penalty

May 7, 2020

Sinclair Broadcast Group will pay a record $48 million civil penalty to resolve three outstanding FCC investigations, the FCC said Wednesday. But the agency will not revoke the broadcaster's licenses, as some had sought.

That is twice the previous $24 million record paid by Univision in 2007 settlement with the FCC.

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