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FCC and New Broadcast Rules

The FCC is expected next week to relax regulations that limit the number of radio stations any one owner may have. Tony Cox talks with National Association of Hispanic Journalists President Juan Gonzalez and Jim Winston, executive director and general counsel of the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters, about the impact the ruling may have on minority stations.

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