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GOP Commissioners: Is FCC Driving Stations Off Air

June 24, 2014

Republican FCC commissioners Ajit Pai and Michael O'Rielly, who voted against making most joint sales agreements (JSAs) attributable as ownership interests, said recent stations going dark, or planning to, was just what they were worried about. The FCC's new JSA restrictions went into effect June 19.

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