Read this: Barry Diller: Broadcasters Don t Own the Airwaves - WSJ.com
Summary: ET On April 22, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could alter the way Americans have used and benefited from broadcast airwaves since the dawn of radio and television. When radio and television entered American life in the 1920s, the government made a bargain with the nation's broadcasters They would receive free use of the nation's airwaves in exchange for providing free, advertising-supported programming in return. The deal has paid off handsomely for both broadcasters and citizens. - online.wsj.comonline.wsj.comBarry Diller: Broadcasters Don t Own the…
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