01.28.2008 08:54 AM
FCC adds ownership studies to official record

The FCC last week entered its ownership studies into the docket for comments on its media-ownership review. Though the review officially ended on Dec. 18, the FCC made them part of the official record to comply with the Office of Management and Budget’s rules.

The rules require federal agencies to “make available to the public the written charge to the peer reviewers, the peer reviewers’ names, the peer reviewers’ report(s) and the agency’s response to the peer reviewers’ report(s).”


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