FCC may charge you $225 to review a formal complaint
The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote this week to decide that if a consumer isn't happy with the outcome of an informal complaint, they'll be charged $225 to file a formal complaint.
- Sinclair Broadcasting's $3.9 billion takeover of Tribune Media's TV stations looks all but dead
- Broadcasters want the FCC to cancel the three-hour minimum requirement for kids' TV programming
- Emails show FCC "spread lies" about a fake cyberattack after John Oliver directed his fans to flood its commenting system
- FCC has received a lot of complaints over YouTube, which it doesn't regulate