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NAB Wants to be Unified on Ownership

NAB Wants to be Unified on Ownership

The NAB Radio Board has decided to wait and see the text of the FCC’s new media ownership rules before deciding what legal action to take, if any, to try to chang them.
NAB supports rolling back the TV audience cap to 35% as long as no other rules are changed. NAB’s radio board members passed a resolution stressing the importance of presenting a unified front before Congress, the FCC and the public in support of “preserving and strengthening free, universal, over-the-air radio and TV signals.”
The board directed NAB to form a working group to develop recommendations for NAB’s position on the commission’s upcoming rulemaking on market definitions for unrated radio markets.