GAO: FCC Can't Ensure Station-Sharing Limits Further Public Interest
July 29, 2014
The FCC does not have enough data to determine whether its current of future policies toward station sharing arrangements—it has recently moved to limit them in some circumstances—actually serve the public interest, a shortfall that could undermine its goals.
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