NAB Urges FCC to Modify Local Radio Limits

August 8, 2014

NAB believes it’s time the FCC modify the local radio ownership limits and eliminate the AM/FM subcaps. The broadcast trade lobby is asking the FCC to recognize that media habits have changed over time — broadcasters have a lot more competition these days — and it’s asking the agency to relax or eliminate portions of its media ownership rules.


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