Dealing With the "Kleptocrats"

By Ken Benner, NCE, CBRE | May 8, 2017

Consultant proposes that broadcasters “stop feeding the Washington swamp of political kleptocracy with outrageous costs and exploitations that in no way serve the FCC’s required standards of compliance for serving Americans” 

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