FCC Plan to Ease Media Ownership Rules Criticized

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A growing list of Hollywood writers and producers speak out against an FCC proposal to relax restrictions on the number of radio and TV stations media conglomerates can own. They say deregulation will erode local control of programming. The FCC is set to vote on the proposal June 2. Hear NPR's Rick Karr.



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