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Broadcasters Accuse FCC of Overreach with Rules on Foreign Disclosures
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Broadcasters Accuse FCC of Overreach with Rules on Foreign Disclosures
2022-02-22 18:29:24
by Tom Ramstack

WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission is defending itself in court against allegations from U.S. broadcasters that the agency exceeds its authority with new rules on business transactions with foreign governments. The rules approved by the FCC last spring require... Read More

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Broadcasters Say Media Ownership Rules Are Detrimental to Competition, Diversity
2021-09-04 18:07:26
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON -- Regulations governing the ownership of broadcast radio and television stations harms broadcasters’ ability to compete in the marketplace, stymies service to local communities and fails to promote diversity in ownership, the National Association of Broadcasters said in a... Read More

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Broadcasters Group Asks FCC to Toss Request for New Low-Power FM Class
2021-07-07 20:05:23
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The National Association of Broadcasters is urging federal regulators to reject a request for a new class of low-power FM radio stations. The Federal Communications Commission established low-power FM radio in 2000 to create opportunities for more voices... Read More

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