Hispanic Media Group Pushes FCC On Ownership Diversity

Law360, New York (July 11, 2016, 4:36 PM EDT) -- The Federal Communications Commission must take steps to remedy the "shockingly low" level of diversity among broadcast owners as it reviews media ownership limits, the National Hispanic Media Coalition told the agency on Friday, saying media ownership data should be studied and analyzed. 

In an ex parte filing with the commission, the coalition followed up on July 6 meetings between its representatives and several commissioners about the agency's quadrennial review of media ownership limits and how to address the small number of diverse broadcast owners. The filing recommended a three-point plan involving data analysis, which it said is to ensure that...

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