Why Combo Bans Harm TV, Print Value


NAB BuildingNAB has re-emphasized to the FCC in strong terms it’s beyond time to eliminate the media cross-ownership bans.

Given the changes in the media landscape since the rules were enacted in 1975 the commission can’t show retaining the rules is in the public interest, according to the broadcast trade lobby.

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