Rosenworcel: D.C.’s Respect For Children ‘At A Low Point’


Taking a cure from her now former Democratic colleague, Mignon Clyburn, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel used her position as the lone voice of opposition at the agency to offer a fiery dissent of an NPRM that could all but erase rules created 22 years ago to protect children’s programming from disappearing from over-the-air television.

In a fiery dissent that was retweeted by more than one social media follower, Rosenworcel offered her regret that the agency “seeks to gut the effort to promote educational programming for kids under the Children’s Television Act.”

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