FCC’s O’Rielly Vows To Take Payola Inquiry Directly To Record Labels

October 10, 2019

After receiving what he calls an “underwhelming” response from the Recording Industry Association of America, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly says he’ll take his payola inquiry directly to record labels. The Commissioner has been on a fact-finding mission following a recent Rolling Stone expose about allegations of modern-age payola in the radio and recording industries.

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