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FCC Backs Off Study of Newsroom Editorial Practices

February 14, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission is quietly changing course on a controversial study after parts of the methodology were roundly criticized by GOP lawmakers and commissioner Ajit Pai for encroaching into editorial decisions and content at TV stations.

 


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