I live in Lima and depend on local broadcast television, among other sources, to be informed.
These television outlets are violating their Federal Television license.
Instead of televising gavel-to-gavel coverage U.S. Impeachment Hearings from the network, they run syndicated programing. These hearings, vital to our America, are perhaps the most significant news event in the past 20 years.
They are licensed by the FCC to televise “in the public interest.” Their current practices do not fulfill this requirement. As a practice, whenever a major news event happens, they run syndicated programing instead of network coverage.
This is a standard regular abuse by these network affiliates whenever important news occurs.
Larry L. Oatman, Lima