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FCC proposes ending sports television blackout rule

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The Federal Communications Commission made public Thursday a new rule proposal that would essentially end blackouts of televised sporting events. Under current regulations, television providers aren't allow to air certain games on local stations in which the event is not sold out. The rule is most heavily employed by the National Football League as a way to drive up ticket sales for Sunday...

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