Jerry Avila, a public access television producer for Tejano Music Entertainment TV and music promoter, speaks at the FCC hearing in Austin, TX in September 2006. He talks about how the local radio and television stations do not service the entire Spanish speaking community. The FCC is currently looking at the rules on media ownership. These rules determine how many radio, TV and newspapers one company can own in one city. The Big Media companies want these rules relaxed so they can own more stations/newspapers in the same city. To file a complaint/comment on this issue with the FCC, go to fcc.gov
Read the article on the loss of Tejano Radio in Austin.
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