Tag Archives: Fairness Doctrine

Localism and Diversity in Radio

Much talk is swirling around radio at the moment as the new Obama administration begins to exert its considerable influence over the FCC. Localism is the notion that radio should be responsible to “serve the public interest” of their local … Continue reading

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Fact Checking Rush

Several talk radio people have thrown out a factoid on the air about the “Fairness Doctrine” – that news/talk has grown from a few hundred stations (before Rush) to about 2,000 today – because the fairness doctrine went away.   Before I get … Continue reading

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