NAB Seeks Quadrennial Ownership 'Relief' From FCC

December 5, 2016

With a new deregulatory Republican majority preparing to take the reins at the FCC under a President Donald Trump, the National Association of Broadcasters has petitioned the FCC to rethink its quadrennial media ownership review, which a divided FCC approved in August.

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