Prime Time Access Rule Debate
The Federal Communications Bar Association held a debate on the prime time access rule during its broadcasting/cable interface conference.… read more
The Federal Communications Bar Association held a debate on the prime time access rule during its broadcasting/cable interface conference. The prime time access rule limits television network affiliates in the 50 biggest markets from accepting more than three and a half hours of network programming during prime time and prohibits them from showing non-network programming. close
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- Nat Emmons Attorney The New Republic
- John Lane Member American Bar Association->Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary
- Federal Communications Bar AssociationFederal Communications Bar Association
- Broadcasting Publications, Inc.Broadcasting Publications, Inc.
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