Regulators Are in the House

Friday, July 25, 2003

Ever since the FCC voted to relax media ownership rules, congressional opponents of deregulation have been working to reverse the changes. But because the leader of a key House committee opposed the effort, nobody thought it would get very far. Undaunted, deregulation opponents took an alternative tack, and were vindicated this week in a vote by the full House. Cable World Senior Editor Alicia Mundy fills Bob in on the latest in the FCC saga.

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