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The FCC exists to regulate electronic media. This includes radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable.

Federal Communications Commission


The managers of radio.

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John Pfeffer

1934-Present day



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The Federal Communications commission is an independent regulatory agency. It exists to regulate the use of radio waves in all 50 states and territories. The FCC is needed because the radio waves are considered public property, and as such, they should be open to everyone like newspapers are; however, that is not possible because there is a limited amount of frequencies available. That is where the FCC comes in. The FCC regulates who has the right to use radio frequencies so that one person or company can not control all of them.

Since its creation, the FCC has evolved considerably. Its primary purpose is now to create rules to regulate electronic communications companies. These companies include cellular companies such as Verizon and Sprint. The FCC still regulates who is authorised to use radio waves, but that is no longer its major task.


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Facts about FDR

1. Franklin Roosevelt was born on Jan 30th, 1882

2. Franklin was an only child

3. Franklin graduated from Harvard

4. Franklin practiced law in New York

5. In 1910, Roosevelt became a state senator

6. Franklin was the assistant secretary of the Navy

7. Franklin was nominated for Vice President in 1920

8. Franklin wanted to give up his political career after contracting Polio

9. Franklin defeated Herbert Hoover in the election of 1932

10. Franklin created the New Deal in his first 100 days of office