O’Rielly: Thorough Ownership Rules Review Is ‘Long Overdue.’

October 23, 2017

The next congressionally-mandated quadrennial review of media ownership rules may bring some of the most significant revisions by the Federal Communications Commission since the 1996 Telecom Act was signed into law. Commissioner Michael O’Rielly says a thorough reconsideration of the government’s media ownership rules is “long overdue” and he’s fully onboard with proposals to update FCC regulations to reflect the current media landscape.

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