FCC votes to keep media ownership rules: report
August 11, 2016
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is keeping its media ownership rules that stop an entity from owning both a broadcast station and a newspaper in the same location, Reuters reported on Wednesday night.
An FCC spokesperson confirmed that all five commissioners had voted on the media ownership item and that it had been approved. He declined to provide details on the final item because it has yet to be released.
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