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NAA Says Crossownership Rules Must Go

August 7, 2014

The Newspaper Association of America has told the FCC that nothing short of complete repeal of the newspaper/TV crossownership rule will suffice to satisfy the FCC's statutory responsibility to regulate in the public interest.


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