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What New FCC Rules Mean for Media

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What New FCC Rules Mean for Media

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What New FCC Rules Mean for Media

What New FCC Rules Mean for Media

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The Federal Communications Commission is proposing changes that would allow one company to own multiple media outlets — newspapers, TV stations — in the same market. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik discusses who would benefit. Sen. Byron Dorgan also weighs in on the Media Ownership Act of 2007, which was introduced last week to delay the changes.

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