Federal Communications Commission.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was established on June 19, 1934 as a result of congress. The purpose of this commission is to help regulate interstate and foreign communications. The FCC is an independent regulatory government agency. This agency was made to replace the outdated Federal Radio Commission. In its place, the FCC not only monitors radio communications, but is responsible for the supervision of telegraph, telephone, and television communications as well. The FCC allocates broadcasting frequencies, which makes all decisions regarding granting, modifications, or…
- Describes the roles of government in the present business environment
- Federal Communications Commission.
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