Court strikes down TV ownership regulations
May 25, 2016
An appeals court on Wednesday struck down regulations meant to limit the consolidation of TV ownership in a single market.
The decision by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals is a win for the broadcast industry, which has fought the Federal Communications Commission’s 2014 rules at every turn, including through the courts and in Congress.
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