Broadcast & Mass Media

Thursday, October 27, 2016 - 2:00pm
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Background

More content and more information sources are available now than ever before.  Today, consumers have access to a wide variety of content from over-the-air broadcasting, cable, satellite, phone companies, wireless carriers newspapers, and the Internet.  In this competitive marketplace, companies battle vigorously for consumers by offering multiple sources of news and viewpoints, as well as compelling content and entertainment. Therefore, the Chamber opposes efforts to impose or reinstitute ownership limits and other similarly burdensome regulations on broadcasting, cable, and other mass media companies. 

2016 U.S. Chamber Policy Priorities – Broadcasting and Mass Media:

Advocate for federal policies that keep government regulation of broadcasting and other mass media to a minimum, recognize the highly competitive nature of the industry, and promote market-based solutions.

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Jordan Crenshaw, Assistant Counsel to Senior Vice President
Environment, Technology & Regulatory Affairs Division
(202) 463-5533