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NAB: FCC Shouldn't Review Media Rules on 'Unsupported Opinion'

June 11, 2014

The National Association of Broadcasters plans to tell Congress that the FCC has failed to determine whether its media ownership rules service the public, and needs to base its review of those rules on evidence, not "unsupported opinion."



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