Re-Regulation Of Radio
Federal Communications Commission and the United States Congress
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In the act, it is stated that if public opinion is not deemed important towards the final decision of the law, then all rules will be eliminated and a company may own and operate as many stations as they feel per market. The companies that run those stations, in one form or another, have stated that public opinion should not count towards a final decision, but as everyone knows, the only reason they state this is so they can run the possibility of owning a more considerable portion of the country's radio stations. Now the biennial review of "The Telecommunications Act Of 1996" has begun and it is time for change and re-regulation.
To the parties addressed in the introduction, the signatures below are proof that public interest does exist in this matter and should count towards the final decision of the review.