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FCC Won't Loosen Crossownership in Quadrennial

February 10, 2014

Sources inside and outside the FCC are looking for the chairman to put a media ownership rule review item on the March agenda dealing primarily with making joint sales agreements (JSAs) for more than 15% of a stations ad inventory attributable as ownership under FCC local ownership limits.

 


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