The Justice Department will host a workshop in May to educate antitrust officials on how TV mergers should be examined and rated when competition from technology companies is considered. The move comes as the Federal Communications Commission's Michael O'Rielly criticizes DOJ standards, saying that the department treats TV stations unfairly.
FCC official criticizes DOJ's TV antitrust plans
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