FCC proposal is TMI for broadcasters

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Anyone can go to their local television station and ask to see how much candidates paid for political advertisements. Now, the Federal Communications Commission wants to put that information online for everyone to see.

Entertainment reporter Joe Flint says broadcasters aren’t happy about that. He explains why in this video.

The FCC is voting on the proposal Friday.



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