FCC Majority Said to Back Keeping TV Station Ownership LimitsBy
Proposal by Chairman Wheeler wins Democratic votes, people say
Wheeler wants to keep rule on newspaper-broadcast combinations
The Federal Communications Commission’s Democratic majority has voted to preserve TV and radio station ownership restrictions, including a ban on owning both a daily newspaper and a nearby broadcast station, according to people familiar with the vote.
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