Media Ownership Rule Changes Are Again Heading For June Courtroom Fight

May 28, 2019

Even as the Federal Communications Commission moves forward with a fresh quadrennial review, the court battle over earlier media ownership decisions is also advancing. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia has scheduled oral arguments in the challenge brought by coalition of public interest groups, led by Prometheus Radio Project and Free Press, for June 11 at 1pm.

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