Court Tosses FCC's Cross-Ownership Rule

Opponents of media consolidation giddy over decision

Opponents of media consolidation won a big victory Thursday. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit tossed the Federal Communications Commission's rule that loosened the ban on newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership. It also ruled to keep the limits on the number of TV and radio stations a single company can own in one market.

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