TV Stations Need Public Accounability
Your local television stations want to keep you in the dark. The FCC has voted to make TV stations more accountable to their viewers by disclosing basic information about the ways they serve the public.
Big Media and their powerful lobbyists in Washington are now suing the FCC to stop the new disclosure rules from going into effect. Defend your right to know. Tell the commissioners that local media need to be more accountable to us.
Note: Information filed on this form will be publicly available, as FCC comments are considered a matter of public record. The FCC does not accept comments from outside the United States.
Sign Petition Here
Contact Chairman Henry Waxman by calling (202) 225-3976 or writing to 2204 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515.
Call and say, when are there going to be hearing for the Sibel Edmonds case
? I want it to be public and I want everyone to testify under oath.
That is all you have to say.