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NAB Board Presses FCC To Save SSAs

February 6, 2014

Broadcasters are worried that FCC chief Tom Wheeler is planning to resurrect an agency proposal that would require broadcasters to unwind joint sales agreements within two years. Wheeler, according to the plan, also would seek comment on what do about shared services agreements.

 


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