TV Station Ownership A federal appeals court ruling could open the way to a wave of mergers of television broadcasting stations. The ruling calls for the FCC to modify or throw out its longstanding rules that limit media companies from owning stations that together reach more than 35 percent of the national television audience. NPR's Jack Speer reports.
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A federal appeals court ruling could open the way to a wave of mergers of television broadcasting stations. The ruling calls for the FCC to modify or throw out its longstanding rules that limit media companies from owning stations that together reach more than 35 percent of the national television audience. NPR's Jack Speer reports.