FCC Votes Along Party Lines to Limit TV Joint Sales Deals

Media ownership rules drag on

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It’s a good thing the FCC started out with three items that all five commissioners could agree upon because that was the end of the harmony at Monday’s meeting. Over strong objections from both Republican commissioners, the FCC voted 3-2 to make it harder for a TV station to sell advertising time for another in the same market.

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