Back in 2012, the FCC passed a rule requiring that broadcast stations post online publicly available files detailing agreements for sales of political ads. Now FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is proposing…
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Hurricane Sandy may have temporarily sidelined President Obama and Mitt Romney's campaign efforts, but in the final stretch of election 2012, TV stations in battleground states are seeing an…
TV stations are asking a federal court to put a stop to the FCC's plans to require that TV broadcasters post political ad spending information online.
Slackened ad sales shaped a deepened first-quarter loss at TV station group Sinclair Broadcasting.
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