FCC isn’t out to rescue traditional media or to bury them

Broadcasting & Cable
Instead, the FCC is trying to figure out what, if anything, the government needs to do to preserve some of their traditional public-service functions in a world being deconstructed by new media, writes John Eggerton. He does a Q&A with the FCC’s Steven Waldman.

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