FCC lifts ban on cross-ownership for media outlets: What does it mean for Boston?
WGBH - 11/17/2017
The Federal Communications Commission, the FCC, has voted to lift a more than 40-year-old ban on cross-ownership in media markets. It’s also loosened restrictions on owning multiple television stations in a single market. The FCC commissioners voted along party lines: three Republicans prevailing over two Democrats. In the studio to talk about all of this is Northeastern University journalism professor and WGBH News contributor Dan Kennedy.