Television Station Ownership
Armstrong Williams talked about the impact of a March 31, 2014, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling that television station… read more
Armstrong Williams talked about the impact of a March 31, 2014, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling that television station owners cannot control more than one station in the same local market via the use of joint sales agreements and shared services agreements, often known as “sidecar” deals. Mr. Armstrong, who owns two TV stations through a sidecar agreement with Sinclair Broadcasting, argued that the ruling could cause minority owners, and small station owners more generally, to be forced out of existence. The program began with a telephone interview with Gautham Nagesh, about the FCC ruling. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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