FCC Releases Draft Order on Changes to Children’s Television Rules – Action Expected July 10
June 25, 2019
In anticipation of its July 10 open meeting, the FCC last week released its draft Order making changes to its rules requiring television stations to broadcast specific amounts of educational and informational programming directed to children. The current rules require that stations air an average of three hours of such programming every week for every channel of programming they broadcast.
Read more at: https://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2019/06/articles/fcc-releases-draft-order-on-changes-to-childrens-television-rules-action-expected-july-10/
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