FCC Approves Univision, Hispanic Broadcasting Merger

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The FCC approves the $3.2 billion merger between Spanish-language TV giant Univision Communications and dominant radio player Hispanic Broadcasting Corp. The merger raises concerns over media consolidation. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.

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