Campaign Finance Groups: Don't Limit Political File Complaints

by - April 16, 2015

Campaign finance reform groups have told the FCC it should not require complaints about political ad broadcasts to be filed by local residents. They also asked the FCC not to "artificially limit the identity of public file complaints," as well as to "ensure that the public files are as complete as possible, where all stations and operators use the same system, and where stations are exempt only when they truly cannot handle the more efficient online." The National Association of Broadcasters last month asked the FCC to at least look into limiting its public file complaint process to "actual viewers and listeners" rather than "persons or entities unrelated to local communities of license."

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