The FCC will hold its fourth public hearing on media ownership issues.
The hearing will be in the Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida, area in the afternoon and evening on Monday, April 30. The hearings are meant to provide a way for the public outside Washington to have input as the agency reviews media ownership rules.
No witness list has been released.
Previous FCC public hearings for media ownership issues were held in Los Angeles, Nashville, and Harrisburg, Pa.