FCC To Tackle 27-year-old ‘Duplicative Programming’ Rules

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Did you know that the FCC has a rule that limits the amount of duplicative programming commonly-owned radio stations in a market can air? The current version of these rules dates to 1992.

The Commission’s latest “modernization” effort could see a modification — or outright elimination — of these regulations.

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