FCC Opens Docket On Extending Political File Mandate
August 7, 2014
The FCC has opened a docket (14-127) and is seeking comment on a petition by the Campaign Legal Center, Common Cause and Sunlight Foundation to require cable and satellite operators to make their political files part of a national searchable database, as is the requirement for all TV stations since July 1.
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