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From the Editor
“It’s All Very Frustrating”: Life Under a Consent Decree
A compliance officer explains his issues with the FCC's political file initiative
Programming and Sales
iHeart Launches “Private Marketplace” for Podcasts
Programmatic platform provides scale, “psychographic” targeting