Kids-TV advocates call on FCC to limit station ownership

10/26/2006 | Broadcasting & Cable

Citing a 2003 study that concludes media consolidation reduces the number and diversity of children's shows, The Children's Media Policy Coalition is calling on the FCC to limit ownership to one station in each market. The coalition, which includes several groups that sued the FCC to block new kids-TV rules, believes the proposed deregulation would "increase commercialism in children's programming."

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