Pai: Media Ownership Proposal Belies Record

June 29, 2016

FCC commissioner Ajit Pai suggested the FCC is living in the 1970s while broadcasters have to survive in the digital age.

In response to FCC chairman Tom Wheeler's circulation to the other commissioners this week of a quadrennial media ownership review that retains legacy regs and even toughens them, Pai said Wednesday that while the FCC's rules should reflect today's media marketplace, Wheeler's proposal does not.

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