Wednesday, June 13, 2007

FCC rejects complaints from Chicago, Milwaukee groups

Nineteen TV stations in Chicago and Milwaukee won vindication from the FCC (or as Feder would over dramatically say, "dodged a bullet") after the agency rejected another bogus complaint from a media activist group. This time it was the Chicago Media Action and the Milwaukee Public Interest Media Collation, fronts for the Media Access Project, who claims that the stations ignored non-federal races in a month leading up to the November 2004 election.

I don't know about you, but does anyone outside of Schaumburg cares who gets elected mayor of Schaumburg? Give me a break.

No comments: