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FCC Proposes to Retain Local Radio Ownership Limits

April 16, 2014

We’re learning more about the FCC’s intentions for its quadrennial review of media ownership rules now that the agency has released the text of its recent decision.

We reported the commissioners voted to hold television Joint Sales Agreements to the same attribution threshold as radio for ownership purposes — 15%.

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