STATE-RUN MEDIA: FCC to Police Newsrooms

State Run Media


FCC to monitor news rooms? Adds new meaning to “State Run Media.” Hammer and sickle!

The Obama FCC will start policing newsrooms recommending what the organizations should report on.

The Wall Street Journal:  News organizations often disagree about what Americans need to know. MSNBC, for example, apparently believes that traffic in Fort Lee, N.J., is the crisis of our time. Fox News, on the other hand, chooses to cover the September 2012 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi more heavily than other networks. The American people, for their part, disagree about what they want to watch.

But everyone should agree on this: The government has no place pressuring media organizations into covering certain stories. Read more at:

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1 Response to STATE-RUN MEDIA: FCC to Police Newsrooms

  1. February 21, 2014 3:30 PM
    FCC Throws In the Towel on Explosive Content Study
    Intrusive media survey idea had people riled, but it was doomed from the start

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