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FCC Slams Labor Radio

Last month, the FCC did something without precedent: It called into question the bona fides of a legitimate news organization.

On February 10, the FCC ruled that the huge Chicago radio station, WLS, had to pay a $44,000 fine for airing 90-second segments produced by Workers Independent News. The FCC noted that the station failed on 11 occasions to explicitly notify listeners that the segments were paid for by Workers Independent News.

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