The FCC voted Wednesday to change requirements governing children's programming for broadcasters. The revisions included allowing more than a dozen hours of educational and informational content to be on multicast channels rather than primary ones, adding an hour to the time frame for children's programming and permitting a limited number of non-regularly scheduled programming hours.
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