From the Washington Post (Feb. 23, 2003):
The split at the Federal Communications Commission over deregulating the telephone industry has left some lobbyists scratching their heads over the impact on upcoming decisions to ease ownership and concentration limits in the media industry. One industry lobbyist told Reuters that "It puts a cloud over everything. We are now facing a potentially Democratic commission. The Republicans have potentially lost control of this agency."
Read more here. Also, be sure to check out this interview on NOW with John Nichols and Bob McChesney.
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