O’Rielly Pushes for Further Broadcast Media Regulation Modernization

September 29, 2020

In a blog post on the FCC website, O’Rielly lays out that while the commission has updated a number of what he believed to be outdated media regulations for broadcasters that “alleviate real burdens,” he finds that there is still work to be done and lays out a path to do so.

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