B'casters, cablers issue FCC warning

McClintock, Pamela
December 2000
Daily Variety;12/21/2000, Vol. 270 Issue 15, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States-based National Association of Broadcasters and the National Cable Television Association have asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commission not to expand children's programming policies. Background on the agency's inquiry into whether children's programming rules need to be expanded for digital television.


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