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FCC backs media ownership rules

Cable firm limits are also approved

Code Pink members during an FCC meeting about rules that would let firms own a newspaper and television station in the same market. Code Pink members during an FCC meeting about rules that would let firms own a newspaper and television station in the same market. (Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg News)
Globe Staff And Wire Services / December 19, 2007

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WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission approved rules yesterday that allow publishers to own both newspapers and broadcast stations in the biggest US cities and that limit growth for cable companies. (Full article: 368 words)

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