Kennard changes mind on vote

Boliek, Brooks
September 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;09/19/2000, Vol. 364 Issue 43, p4
Reports the change of decision of United States Federal Communications Commission Chairman Bill Kennard regarding the commission's review of regulations restricting political advertisements and editorials on television and radio. Resolution to participate in the review; Factors affecting the decision; Impact of the decision on broadcasters.


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