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FCC Announces June 19, 2016 Deadline for Revising TV Joint Sales Agreements

June 19, 2014

When the FCC voted at its March 31, 2014 meeting to deem television Joint Sales Agreements involving more than 15% of a station's weekly advertising time as an attributable ownership interest, it announced that broadcasters that are parties to existing JSAs would have two years to modify or terminate those JSAs to come into compliance.



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