WASHINGTON, D.C.—Womble Carlyle Telecom attorney John Garziglia takes a look at the latest legal activity surrounding the FCC’s so-called Prometheus IV case.

The rules govern radio and television ownership and in August, the FCC released a report making few substantive changes to those rules. But another court review is coming, with public interest groups and the National Association of Broadcasters planning appeals to address specific concerns.

Garziglia examines the challenges to Prometheus IV in his latest Radio Ink column.  Click here to read “What’s Next In The Media Ownership Fight?” at "Radio Ink."

John Garziglia represents radio and television broadcasters, offering personalized assistance in all areas of communications and telecommunications law including transactional and contract negotiations for broadcast station mergers and acquisitions, the securing of financing, governmental auctions of new frequencies, license renewals, new stations applications, facility changes, facility upgrades, licensing, and compliance with FCC rules, regulations and policies.


Follow John Garziglia on Twitter at @JohnGarziglia.