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How Unlocking the Cable Box Could Open Opportunities for Latino Producers, or Not
On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission moved forward on an initiative that may revolutionize how consumers access pay TV, which could help Latino producers find their audiences.
FCC Net Neutrality Debate Causes Split, Tensions Among Latino Groups
Jul 25, 2014 05:00 PM EDT
By Robert Schoon
The FCC Net Neutrality debate has caused division between minority and Latino advocacy organizations, sparking a war of words between two, in particular.
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