Third Circuit Rules Against Newspaper Survival

Every student of media history knows that todays newspaper-television crossownership rule came into being, at least in part, because Richard Nixon wanted to punish Katharine Graham for the Washington Post’s coverage of Watergate.

Nixon resigned in 1974, but by then many in Congress had become concerned about crossownership in general and the ban passed in 1975.

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