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    I agree, I would like to hear about current problems that we, citizens, are facing, but I would also like to hear positive solutions. I could care less about hearing that a t.v. celebrity is going back to rehab for the third time, or that Nicollette Sheridan is suing creator Marc Cherry! How does this kind of news affect me or any other viewer?...It doesn't, it's just gossip. I want to hear unbiased, one sided reports. I would also like to hear more positive news coverage instead of always hearing just the negative issues at hand.

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    If the FCC regulated that with which it did not agree, that would not only be unconstitutional, but one sided. For example, if media companies were told that they could not delivery the headline news and information about money that was being embezzled by one of the commissioner's of the FCC. They may want try to keep this information "in house" because they do not want the attention from the media, maybe the accused is a close friend and they don't want to exploit this person, or just because for personal reasons do not agree that this should be public information.

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