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Document Type

Comment

Publication Date

6-2009

Publication Citation

61 Federal Communications Law Journal 651 (2009)

Abstract

A recent technically sophisticated study of the impact of media mergers on viewpoint diversity that found the impact is contextually variable should be entirely irrelevant to proper policy debates about regulation of media ownership. This Article examines the real reasons to oppose concentrated ownership and considers how the recent study went wrong.

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