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Broadcasters hit back on ownership rules

August 7, 2014

Radio and TV broadcasters issued a formal rebuke to the Federal Communications Commission’s restrictions on company ownership. The FCC should “recognize and come to grips” with the changes that have taken place in the media market over the last eight years, the National Association of Broadcasters said in comments submitted on Wednesday.

 



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