FCC's O'Rielly: Media Ownership Limits Must Go
June 7, 2016
FCC Republican commissioner Michael O'Rielly says that Congress has made it clear that the media marketplace is competitive, diverse and needs less regulation, not more. That means definitely no return of the JSA "ban" and scrapping other regs he says are outdated and unwarranted in that competitive marketplace.
O'Rielly, in a blog post on the FCC website, was offering up his suggestions for what the FCC should do now that a federal court has instructed it to complete its review of media ownership rules ASAP.
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