FCC Moves Toward Easing Media Ownership Rules The Federal Communications Commission continues to move toward easing rules on how many broadcast outlets a single company may own. Aware of criticism, FCC Chairman Michael Powell insists changes are needed but says the commission won't entirely wipe out the current restraints. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

FCC Moves Toward Easing Media Ownership Rules

FCC Moves Toward Easing Media Ownership Rules

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The Federal Communications Commission continues to move toward easing rules on how many broadcast outlets a single company may own. Aware of criticism, FCC Chairman Michael Powell insists changes are needed but says the commission won't entirely wipe out the current restraints. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.