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FCC Makes It Tough To Get JSA Waivers

April 16, 2014

Broadcasters must show that the JSA and any "related agreements or interests" do not provide them "with the opportunity, ability and incentive to exert significant influence over the programming or operations of the brokered station," the FCC says. It adds that it will consider waiver requests on "an expedited basis."


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