Court strikes down FCC minority regs

Bernstein, Paula; McLintock, Pamela
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/17/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 33, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that a federal court in the United States has ruled against the regulations of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission promoting the employment of women and minorities in the broadcast industry. Provisions of the rules; Court's basis for its ruling; Implications for hiring practices in the broadcasting industry.


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