December 17, 2013
The National Association of Broadcasters Monday told the FCC that it should not consider eliminating the UHF discount without also considering the wider implications of any ownership modification, and that to do so would be "arbitrary and capricious." That is as much as saying it would be illegal (The Administrative Procedures Act makes such agency actions unlawful).
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