Clear Channel Memo

Saturday, June 08, 2002

Employees at the media giant Clear Channel are being encouraged by their boss to donate money to the company’s political action committee. The request is almost unprecedented among companies in the news business, and for good reason: lobbying and impartial news gathering simply don’t mix. Brooke chats with TV Guide columnist Max Robins.

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