Adjusting the Picture: Media Concentration or Diversity?
Recorded on September 11, 2003
The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
The FCC sparked a firestorm of controversy this summer when it
voted to relax its decades-old restrictions on broadcast station
ownership. Critics charged that the move would lead the way to
"media monopolies," and are pressing for congressional action to
overturn the FCC. But is America's media really concentrated? Or
has technology instead been increasing choices in news and
entertainment? Please join us on September 11 as broad-ranging
panel of experts discusses this timely issue.