DOJ Still Sees Radio Competition Too Narrowly, Broadcasters Argue

May 6, 2019

As the Federal Communications Commission shines a bright spotlight on its media ownership rules as part of the quadrennial review, Commissioner Michael O’Rielly is hopeful that the work the FCC does will influence how the Department of Justice defines markets in the future.
 

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