Q&A: Pollack Broadcasting's President

As the chief of a small broadcaster, William Pollack says: The FCC thinks backward.... Where deregulation is most needed is in the smallest markets

William H. Pollack, president of Pollack Broadcasting Co. in Memphis, is one of the nation's many small broadcasters girding for a change in the Federal Communications Commission's media-ownership rules on June 2. The $6 million company owns two TV stations -- one each in Alexandria, La., and Eureka, Calif., and six radio stations in Kenett, Mo.

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