FCC Set to Ease Media Ownership

October 25, 2013

The Federal Communications Commission is considering softening the decades-old 25% foreign-ownership limit on TV and radio stations, a move that could open up new sources of investment capital at a time of frenzied consolidation in the television station sector.

 

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