Wis. Town a Media Cross-Ownership Success Story Janesville is a small market that benefits from cross-ownership but could be excluded from new relaxed rules. One of the issues that got FCC Chairman Kevin Martin into hot water last year was his decision to allow single companies in the nation's top 20 markets to own both a newspaper and a TV or radio station in the same market.
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Wis. Town a Media Cross-Ownership Success Story

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Wis. Town a Media Cross-Ownership Success Story

Wis. Town a Media Cross-Ownership Success Story

Wis. Town a Media Cross-Ownership Success Story

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One of the issues that got FCC Chairman Kevin Martin into so much hot water at the end of last year was his decision to allow single companies in the nation's top 20 markets to own both a newspaper and a TV or radio station in the same market. Janesville, Wis., is a small market that is actually benefiting from cross-ownership but could be excluded from the new relaxed rules.

Gil Halsted reports from Wisconsin Public Radio.