Market Mingling Okayed

Saturday, February 23, 2002

A federal appellate court this week overturned the FCC regulation that had prevented cable companies from owning a television broadcaster in the same market. Big media broadcasters say the rule was outdated, but consumer advocates are up in arms. Brooke hears from both sides: Consumer’s Union lawyer Chris Murray, and former FCC lawyer Steve Effros.

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