How can the FCC better engage the public on rulemakings?

No More Media Consolidation!!

NO MORE MEDIA CONSOLIDATION!

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      • phil davisphil davis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Media consolidation has already gone too far for the public good. So few corporations own so much media that few if any alternate views are expressed. I remember when newscasters were in high regard for their views, now they are known as 'news bunnies-male or female- because there is little real content. I believe that this is because the news, as the rest of the media content, is just a commody for consoldidated corporate intersts and people know it. Further corporate consolidation will only make the problem worse. The FCC should be breaking up media consloidation not trying to seek further consolidation. At the very least the FCC should seek public comment.

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