October 23, 2015
The FCC has unanimously voted to propose streamlining the FCC's foreign ownership rules for broadcasters looking to exceed the current 25% stake that triggers FCC vetting.
The proposal essentially extends the streamlining applied to common carriers to TV and radio stations.
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