FCC's Lake: Ownership Rules Should Stay
June 12, 2014
Broadcast executives may have to wait for a few more years to win any meaningful further relaxation of the agency’s media ownership rules, because much of the news and other information programming that the public relies on continues to come from and TV stations and newspapers, said Bill Lake, chief of the FCC Media Bureau, on Wednesday.
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