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FCC Media Deregulation Should Tackle Kidvid, Biennial Ownership, Attorneys Tell FCBA

March 14, 2018, Communications Daily

Ann Bobeck spoke at an FCBA event and is quoted in a Communications Daily article discussing views from broadcast lawyers who would like the FCC's monthly media deregulation effort to tackle kids' video rules, quarterly issues, and program lists and ownership reports. With content for kids available on nonbroadcast platforms and time-shifted viewing common, it's a good time to update those rules, Bobeck said. The FCC is still seen to be in "information-gathering mode" on children's video rules, and it's not clear when the agency would take up the matter, Bobeck said.

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