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The FCC - Actually Enforcing Its Own Rules?

March 21, 2014

As new chair, Wheeler explained in a statement last Thursday, "Protecting Television Consumers by Protecting Competition," the FCC is required by law to assess its media ownership rules every four years to determine if they need to be modified to serve the public interest.

 


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